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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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U.S. Puzzled,. But Ready for Anything in Viet Nam




I had to be punished but there that only two North Vietnamese One reason for this was that south. This is the army that defeated in official quarters here that
Sfoui nrk SJtmra
$ were differences about who bases should be attacked. Still the determination of the U. S. to the French and cost the Communists were trying to
By JAMES RESTON Allies France over 175,000 casualties, find out whether the U. S. real
should inflict the punishmentand another was that the large portof defend itself and its was
WASHINGTON The Johnson administration is still what punishment would fit Haiphong in North Viet Nam being tested by the North Viet and Washington has always ly was prepared to commit its

puzzled about the motives behind the North Vietnamese the crime. should be hit as well as the other namese Communists and prob- known that if this North Vietnamese own forces to battle by sendingits
attack on the U.S. destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin. four bases. ably by the Chinese Communists army were committed to gunboats against the U. S.
gunboat
Accordingly, it is preparing a number of contingency One view was that the retaliation major themselves. the battle, nothing short of massive destroyers.Had .
plans ranging from the assumption that the North Viet- should be done by the South President Johnson rejectedthe intervention by the U. S. Washington hesitatedor
Vietnamese to minimize the delegating of the retaliationto North Viet Nam has a powerful
namese have decided on a could prevent a Communist military left the retaliation to the
risks. Another was that it the South Vietnamese and decided organized army of 21 divisions
major military assault on South solved puzzle. They were making conquest of the entire pen- South Vietnamese, the President
should be done by U. S. forces that the U. S. itself should which it has held in reserve -
Viet Nam, to the opposite as-
great progress with guerrilla insula. is understood to have felt,
sumption that North Viet Namis and personnel since our own carry out the attack on all but while its guerrilla forces
warfare, where they were the There has been speculation (See RESTON on Page 5))
to
the
naval vessels were involved, but the Haiphong base. were carrying war
not really preparing for escalation strong, and have ,now changedthe

of the war but 'for negotiation rules of war to engage air I I ......

to end the war. and naval power, where they
The men who have worked on are weak. Cloudy

the whole problem of what the
They have also helped to uni-
Communists are planning and fy the United States the atnrzuillcPRICE
on conduct
what the U. S. (Details Page 2)
reaction should of the Vietnamese war justat UU

have been Analysis: the opening of a presidential
campaign where the administra
BunWhat The
McGeorge tion's Vietnamese policy was a
dy from the NewsMeans major devisive issue.
White House NEWSSTAND lOc

staff, Secretaryof For has example wanted a President congressional Johnson ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY Vol. 89, No. 27 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1964Senate
State Dean DELIVERED
resolution supporting his HOME
political
Rusk, Under Secretary George
Ball and Assistant Secretary of and military policies in
Viet Nam but shelved idea
this

State State Department William Bundy, Secretary from the of for fear ,of, provoking a sharp

Defense Robert McNamara, his political debate. Now, the Com- Fleet of B57s Joins
munist attacks on the U. S. naval
Gen.
deputy, Cyrus R. Vance, forces has cleared the way
Earle G. Wheeler from the Defense -
for that resolution.It .
Department and John Mc- Rushes
Cone and Richard Helms from was President Johnson who

Central Intelligence.It made the decision on the nature

has been assumed here that and extent of the U. S. military

the North Vietnamese premeditated retaliation after hearing various
Nam
the attacks and that they conflicting plans of action. All Support Buildup in Viet

did so with the knowledge and his aides were agreed that an

acquiesence of the Chinese Com attack such as Tuesday's, on WASHINGTON (AP) Two
munists. U. S. naval forces over 60 milesat
committees over-
Why they did so is the un sea in international waters, top Senate
whelmingly approved today a

resolution giving bipartisan

l RELATED STORYKhrushchev's J backing to President Johnson's Critical
y military actions in Southeast Sen. Cross Backs AdamsHits

Asia.

The Senate Foreign Relationsand

In Armed Services committees Bryant Educational Factory'
sped the resolution to the Senate .

floor for what Democraticand 2Ahead
By CLIF CORMIER, Sun Education Writer ..C" ..-
leaders
hoped
Republican State Sen. J. Emory (Red) Cross of Alachua County today j d>
A PredicamentBy would be quick passage there. charged to the defense of Secretary of State Tom Adams who is '

I They did so after Secretaryof currently embroiled in a dispute with Gov. Farris Bryant over !

State Dean Rusk asked themto the operation of Florida's university system.
WILLIAM L. RYANAP jam and could get themselves put Congress on record as Adams and Bryant have exchanged criticisms sparked by the SAIGON, Viet Nam AP) -

Special Correspondent out.Khrushchev leaving Communist aggressors"in announcement of Dr. Gordon Blackwell's resignation as president About 30 U.S. Air Force B57 jet

N.Y. could not do that. no doubt whatever" of the of Florida State University.In L bombers, capable of carrying
UNITED NATIONS, The least he could do was, as and determination of the I nuclear weapons when fitted for
Union unity a prepared statement released this morning, Cross said
(AP) The Soviet uncomfortably the Tass said call the combat
statement
defend ,
American people to today joined Americanand
Adams was correct in saying that Blackwell resigned "because i
walks tightropein
Southeast a Asia presence of U.S. planes and Southeast Asia against Red ag of frustration and despair over the unhealthy climate for educa- 4 South Vietnamese forces
the dangerous. ships in the Tonkin Gulf unjustified : standing watch to meet
gression. tional progress in this state. any attack
situation. and hostile toward both Only Sen. Wayne Morse, D- "The Governor has again shown his complete lack of under- from the Communist

Anything Premier Khrush- North Viet Nam and Red China. Ore., a member of the Foreign standing of what higher education is," Cross charged. "He looks North.
chev's government does can be Moscow seemed to be seeking Committee who has it centralized like f The fleet of high-flying
Relations upon as a highly operation a factory system twin-
wrong and it seems embar time to get its bearings, to delay denounced the resolution as a with heavily centralized control. 1:"" .p-'"0 7. 0 engine Canberras sped to Saigon

rassed. and impede the proceedings in "predated declaration of war"in What is needed is more financial support and a complete t i 1 'I unheralded while a steady

The blistering U.S. retaliation the U.N. Security Council, Asia, voted against it. overhaul of supervision so that faculties and presidents of state j L \ '. .l .- shuttle of transport planes completed

against Communist North Viet called into urgent session at the Rusk, supported by Secretaryof universities can carry out programs agreed upon by the Board. I ,f...,, .._ ...:, il.w'N: : .:.. ''... overnight a buildup of

Nam's torpedo attacks on U.S. request of the United States. Defense Robert S. McNamara ot Control, Cross said. CROSS: troops and material in the area

destroyers suddenly presented a Much is on the line for Premier and Gen. Earle C. Wheeler, "Governor Bryant still refuses to recognize that the resignation I adjoining the North Vietnamese I"
new set of circumstances for Khrushchev. He could hard chairman of the Joint Chiefs of of President Gordon Blackwell from FSU is connected with -Lack of financial supporta frontier.Air .

which Moscow may have been ly do less than he did, which Staff told the senators recent long series of mistakes and frustrations and woeful maladmini which condemns the state to traffic came to a virtual t

unprepared. will look like little to the Red torpedo-boat stration," he charged. poor education and sets up a halt today. The general feeling
North Vietnamese
Moscow and Soviet bloc reaction Chinese. attacks on U.S. destroyers in He claimed other high officials from the University of Florida false ratio of students to facultyprohibiting in Saigon was that, if nothing

was slow in developing.When These developments come at Gulf of Tonkin "are no isolated and Florida State University, including Dr. Werner Baum, quality education. important happened in the next
it came from Moscow it a time when the world Com the former vice president of FSU, have resigned "because of frustration -A major deficiency in the 24 hours, the Gulf of Tonkin

was in the form of a Tass news munist quarrel is headed toward incident. and parcel of and despair." atmosphere of academic freedom crisis probably would be past.
part in which conflicts
statement. a showdown. The Chinese "They are The senator cited four areas where immediate corrective repeated The alert status in South Viet
driveto
agency"Authoritative Soviet circles" say Khrushchev is too timid to a continuing Communist action should be taken before the problem "reaches. the d menin this area show the meaning Nam's capital was nowherenear
South Viet Nam, not understood at
of the is
denounced the U.S. action as lead the world revolution because conquer and sions of a public scandal." These are: term what it would be if an attack
Laos The unwarranted attack
heating up an already tense sit- he fears a U.S. "paper control or conquer -A poor system of administration in which there is no under.all. on were considered imminent.
and con- Blackwell Dr.
dominate President
uation at the risk of broadenedwar. tiger." eventually nations of standing of the need for delegating authority to the university by There was no public announcement

But this was not yet If Khrushchev leaps hurriedlyto quer other free" said. presidents. (See CROSS on Page 7)) of the arrival of the
Rusk
Khrushchev or the Soviet government North Viet Nam's side, he Southeast Asia, B57s but they were seen by a
and Wheeler
It was as if Khrushchev implicitly bows to China's argu Rusk, McNamara correspondent on a runway
closed doorsin
would have liked to have ments. If he does not, he risks testified behind apron occupied Wednesday by

said to his tormentors in China permanent loss of those Com- support of the resolution giv- China With Words six supersonic F102 Delta Dagger -
munists around the (See SENATE on Page 2)) Replies ;
and Asia, with whom he has world who fighters from Okinawa. The

been quarreling over Communist believe with Peking that communism F102s were gone, perhaps to

strategy for years, that can be expanded only W.A. Clark augment defensive aerial forcesat

they got themselves into the be armed revolutionary action. Soviet Blast Heard in UN Da Nang, a base on the South
China Sea 280 miles northeast of

Prof Dies Saigon.A .

Budget RecalledBy WASHINGTON (AP) The aggression against North Viet and "to spread the flames of U.S. Embassy spokesman

Washington A. Clark, a long United State pressed its mili- Nam and declared "U.S. im war to the northern part of Viet discounted two Saigon rumors,

time University of Florida professor tary buildup in Southeast Asia perialism" has gone over the Nam." which also lacked confirmation

died suddenly last nightof today as officials watched for brink of war. They said the China, which recently warned elsewhere.One .

School BoardBy a heart attack in Aurora, Ill., any clue Red China might ignore "Chinese people will absolutelynot foreign ships to steer clear of was a story that Ho Chi

where he was visiting relatives.He President Johnson's warn sit idly by without lending a the Gulf of Tonkin, followed up Minh, president of North Viet

was 67. ing and start its troops march helping hand" to prevent North its original statement with another Nam, had been replaced by a

A well known and popular ing. Viet Nam from being "subjectto describing the situation as pro-Peking subordinate in the
CUF CORMIER Chairman G. Hugh Williams, North Vietnamese Communist
"
campus figure, Professor Clark Many officials here doubted aggression. "one of utmost gravity.
Sun Education Writer T. E. Simmons and Lester taught English to generations of they would. They expressed belief Secretary of State Dean Rusk "The U.S. government must party.

With a bare three member Hodge quickly authorized Florida students during his 33 Peking would, in general, termed the situation explosivein immediately stop its armed provocation The other was that two squadrons

quorum present, the School Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. to recall years of continuous service on confine itself to mounting a propaganda the aftermath of the "very ," the statement said. of Soviet-made MIG fighters -

Board yesterday quickly the budget from the State the UF faculty. attack, which is already successful" American air "Otherwise the U.S. govern- had been flown into North

agreed to recall its budget Department of Education.The Professor Clark was presently under way. strikes against Communist North ment must be held responsibleSee Viet Nam.
from Tallahassee to take advantage serving as state director of ( VIET on Page 2) The spokesman said he "had-
move was necessary to The Communist Chinese Viet Nam's patrol boat armada.
of a $66,500 windfall the Tuberculosis Associat f o n. nothing to back up" the rumor
take advantage of the additional charged the United States with "We cannot be completelysure
!
about Ho Chi Minh.
Tax Assessor J. memberof
created by He a prominent
revenue created when was No
the
about what the days aheadof Prayer
Pierce Smith's revised countytax the Elks Club, and a member He said he had no informa-
county tax roll turned out to be us may hold," Rusk said, and
MIGs.
tion about
roll. of the Blue Key Leadership SilenceMIAMI
Medicare Just
million instead
$109.5 of the He was a deaconin the administration braced for a The spokesman said a United I
The board also promptly estimated $106 million. Organization. siege of trouble in Southeast
Vietnamese
States note North
First Presbyterian protesting
the
the plus $25,000 (AP) Children in
spent money Without formally amendingthe Asia. torpedo boat attacks

more from its following own reserves to its, budget as is being done, Church.He is. survived by his wife, Fight Opens Red China, which has been Dade County public scho o 1 s, Sunday and Tuesday againstU.S.
the
adding the School Board would not SW 3rd Ave. brother supporting the guerrilla warfare barred by law from devotional 7th Fleet ships has not yet
amended budget: have been able to take advantage Myra, 1112 W. Clarke; a of In in South Viet Nam by funneling Bible reading and prayer in been delivered. I
in salaries for 12 ad- Dr. James CongressWASHINGTON
$54,000 of the extra money even sisters Miss supplies to North Viet their classrooms, will start each "We are in touch with several
,
Philadephia; two
ditional teachers. though it was available. W. Clark of Gainesvilleand Nam by land and via the Gulf of day with a moment of silence channels on this matter," he
$16,000 to the schools as replacement Feelie (AP) A instead.
Approval of the fencing project Tallahassee and Mrs. Donald Tonkin, fired off threats and
for the $1 per pupil last-ditch fight to enact a Social said.The
which was axed by the old followed a study by Ralph S. Clark of Greenwich, Security financed health care denunciations.The The school board unanimously United States does not
Porter, director of administrative Conn. for the this first statement Wednesday agreed Wednesday that meditation maintain diplomatic relationsSee
budget. plan elderly year
austere
-$1,000, representing $500 services, and ordered by Funeral arrangements are in opens today in the Senate Fi- broadcast by Peking's official was an appropriate and ( ALERT on Page 2))

additional in (See BUDGET on Page 2)) complete. nance Committee. New China news agency legal way of filling the gap
for expenses
each
charged Johnson ordered the air caused by the U. S. Supreme Mrs. Hawkins
the new Idylwild and Secretary of Welfare AnthonyJ. ,
opening
attacks "to enhance his posy Court ruling that daily devotionals
Myra Schools.Terwilliger Elementary New Dean of University Celebrezze the administration appears to testifyfor plan tion" in the presidential election are unconstitutional. 95, Dies Here; j

-$16,000 for fencing playgrounds which would provide hospitali- Riles Friday

around 11 Gainesville Relations Is AppointedROBERTSON zation, nursing home, diagnosticand Glides to Landing Here

schools. home health visit benefits. Mrs. Laura Ann Hawkins, 95-

$5,500 to replace nursing Alan James Robertson, a This proposal, known as the year-old mother of Mrs. W. A.

service from the County Health leader in Florida business and King-Anderson bill, was beaten After Plane Engine Quits"I'm Shands of Gainesville, died here -

Dept which was curtailed in financial circles, today was 52 to 48 in a Senate showdown yesterday at the Shands' home.

the old budget. named Dean of University Relations fight in 1962. lucky to be alive," a and then led the way to Gaines- She had been ill for some

The three members present- and Development at the Sen. Albert Gore, D-Tenn., light plane pilot said this morning ville Airport.The time.
University of Florida. leading the fight for the proposal outcome was so close Services will be Friday at 3
Robertson whose s in the absence of its chief after his single engine quitat Suits' wheels brushed the topsof p.m. at Holy Trinity Episcopal
appoint-
ment was announced by Uni- sponsor, Sen. Clinton P. Anderson 12,000 feet and he glided to trees as he came in for the Church. Rev. Earle Page will

t WHERE TO versity of Florida President J. D-N.M., said he doubted it a successful landing here landing, he said. officiate with burial in Evergreen

Wayne Reitz, replaces HaroldB. r could win approval in the Finance through darkness and a heavy Suits, on a flight from Jacksonville Cemetery.A .
Committee.But native of Pittsboro, N. c..
rFIND IT Crosby, who resigned the overcast. to Crystal River wherehe
Gore said he was confident runs an airplane sales and she came to Gainesville when
post last month to accept the Irvin (Tommy) Suits, 33, of
I .0 Comics . 19 presidency of the new state that there had been suffi- charter service, said he had no she was two years old. After

Classified . 20-23 university in Pensacola.His cient change in the Senate in the sawed warning on the engin It quit moving to Jacksonville, she re-

Entertainment 24 appointment is effective last two years that the 1962 vote dead, and wouldn't restart, he turned here in 1950. She was the

Obituaries . 2 Sept. 1. could be reversed. Airlines passenger plane. said. He had no idea what widow of Walter Hawkins of

Opinion Page . 6 Robertson, 43, is vicepresident Anderson, who underwent an The Eastern pilot heard Suits' caused the failure. Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Sports . 13-17 of Lehigh Acres Develop- operation at Albuquerque two call for help about midnight, diverted Suits said he would fly on to Hawkins was a member -

Women's . .10, 11 ment Corporation at Lehigh weeks ago, may return in timeto his plane until he located Crystal River as soon as the of the National Society of

(See DEAN on j[) help in the fight. \ the light plane on his radar plane is fixed. 1 (See DIES on Page 2V .4
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Gainesville Sun Thursday, August 6, 1964

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.\ Dean' SenateFrom Alert ( Viet

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-. S..._. s-- \.-..r'taINa0/. Acres, Fla., and is former vice- 1953, receiving at that time,i ing bipartisan backing of John- with North Viet Nam. One channel -.t Nam. Fighting was reported at t 1 for all the grave consequence

ZONESA president and loan officer of the first fellowship granted by son's military actions in South- for delivery of the protest. near normal level, with some arising therefrom. I
end warm :
through Friday Partly with cloudy widely scattered }\ uraf the First National Bank in Fort the College of Business Ad-I, east Asia. A copy of Rusk's could be the three-nation Inter, reduction in incidents. I The
of
1 wording the latest Red
thund*r.
and evening The
mostly afternoon Myers. opening statement was released 1 national Control Commission I government reported
to 78. Highest \
showers. Lowest tonight 72 eloUU4 rM9111q ministration toward a Ph.D. He Chinese statement followed the
,1. ti \ South Vietnamese forces suffered
the
Friday 88 to 93.BCDPartly by committee.The overseeing the Geneva agree '
.. "Dean Robertson is eminently is co-author of the "Problems !pattern of of their
cloudy Tg\) F0 bipartisan leadership ments that divided Viet Nam H(I 108 casualties during four numerous
through Friday with scattered qualified as an administrator Manual in Basic Economics". planned to bring up the resolu- years ago. strong Viet Cong attacks in(threats in the past but there was
and early .._._ economist, and educator to various of the nation Wed-I jno reference to what sort of action -
mainly afternoon ..-.. which was used at the Univer- tion for quick passage in the The spokesman said Ameri parts
Low .. meet the responsibility demanded 'I I Peking planned to take, if
II nesday.All
thundershowers. lL\ .
evening 1 Dr. sity of Florida, and a numberof Senate. ran and South Vietnamese mill
,
his
by new position, ,
Fri- the incidents occurred before any.
tonight in the 70s. High I I Reitz said. other colleges and universi-'I The House Foreign Affairs tary forces are prepared tc -
90 to 95. Variable winds retaliation for, the U. S. bombing raids on In the United
day r... ties. Committee also set a hearing, meet any Red II Nations the Soviet
5 to 12 miles per hour, gusty '. In accepting the appointmentthe with its schedule calling for the U.S. aerial counterattack.I North Vietnamese coastal bases i Union denounced the U.S.

near showers.E. :\-.1. new Florida dean returnsto He is a former executive of House passage Friday. 1 Wednesday against North Viet and did not appear related to action and urged that North

widely Partly cloudy scatt*red through showrs.FriodllV the University he served in the Chamber of Commerce at. The speed of the schedule un- Nam's torpedo boats and shore. the tension in the Gulf of Ton- Viet Nam, not a U.N. member,

Low with tonight In mid 70s. High winds Fri-ItoV 1956 to 1957 as assistant to the Fort Myers and served as an derscored the gravity with installations.The kin.The I! be allowed to take part in the

IS 92. miles South and per southwest hour gusty near Dean of the College of Business assistant which Congress and the Presi-, United States is considering heaviest action was at Ba I emergency deliberations of the
Administration and instructor secretary of the : Ring, a hamlet in Ba Xuyen. II
as I
showers. GAINESVILLE WEATHER in air Security Council.
cloudy through dent view the two attacks by bringing more powerif
F. G. I, J Partly Gainesville Chamber of Com- Province 120 miles southwest of
1952. i
and from 1949 to
Friday with scattered afternoon low tonight in -Municipal Airport readingsfor North Vietnamese PT boats on it is needed, he said, but I U.s. Ambassador Adlai E.
Saigon. A force
thundershowers. : major guerrilla
mid evening 70s. High Friday 89 to hour 92. Variable gus-- 24 hours to 8 a. m. today: He holds the bachelor's de merce. U.S. destroyers in international there are no plans to increasethe smashed through the town's de i ISte\'enson. who had asked for

near winds 5 to 12 miles perty Fri- High 90 at 1 p. m., low 71 at gree in public administrationFrom Active in civic affairs, Rob- waters of the Gulf of Tonkin off ground forces beyond the, fenses. After the fight. 13 defenders -the urgent meeting to protest
K pW'cloud, showers.through Low 2 a. m. Rainfall 1.20 inches. the University of Missouriand the North Vietnamese coast. 5,000 recently announced. U.S. i the PT boat attacks in international -
day with tew scattered ertson was twice chosen "Citi- were dead, 8 were
Friday 88. Variable Sen. Morse D-Ore. military personnel in South VietNam I waters said he had ob
tonight 80 High the master's in economics, Wayne wounded and 36 no
becomIng TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREHigh were missing.
hour
miles per of the Year" in Fort i
winds southeasterly i to 12 Friday Low Precip. earned in 1949, from the same zen Myers, long a critic of U.S. Asian poli- now number between 16-, Reports from the field indicated ;jection to a North Viet Nam
85 74 first in 1958 and again in 1962.
CEO; KEY TIDES Jacksonville denounced the resolution 300 and 16,500. invited "to
Miami 19 74 1.12 institution. cy, as Viet representative being
no special Cong activity -
He is member of the Catho-
Friday High at 1:59 a.m. and 12:52 Tampa Atlanta 92 78 69New 78 i He began his studies si the a "a predated declaration of war" U.S. Ambassador Maxwell D. today. I answer their grave use of military
lic Church.A .
1:08 p.m.
p.m. Low at 70S a.m. and Orleans 92 78 60 74 .03.44 Carnegie Institute of Technology and told the Senate he would not Taylor kept in close touch with' The U.S. supported South force."

MARINE GULF Variable FORECASTEAST winds S to New Boston York 81 61 in 1938. He served the U.S. native of BarrowinFurness support it, either in the Foreign developments throughout the'I Vietnamese forces were on an i I But, he said, South Viet Nam

15 knots through Friday. Widely scat. Chicago Washington 81 M 66 65 Army Air Corps during World England, Robertson is a Relations Committee or on the country. A spokesman said Taylor around theclock alert. All another non-member of the

tered showers. War II as a first lieutenant and naturalized citizen of this coun- floor. had a slight cold and canceled .. routine military air traffic was I United Nations, should also be

navigator of heavy bombers try. He is married to the former But he ran up against a swell- a field trip scheduled for halted. All leaves except f or invited.

I ituarteROBERT 'receiving several decorations Mary E. Wehrmann, of Co- ing tide of support for the Presi- Friday.So !emergencies were suspended I The council adjourned so that

QN for his service. lumbia, Mo. They have three dent's actions against the North far, the crisis in the Gulf for the 16,300 U. S. servicementaking President Sivert Nielsen of Norway -

Robertson continued graduate children: Barbara Ann, 15, Vietnamese, fed by growing indignation of Tonkin has produced no up-. part in the guerrilla war i could consult with other

j:studies. ... in economics at the Uni-. Douglas James, 13; and Nancy against the North surge in attacks from the Viet against the Viet Cong Commu :members about issuing invita-
DORMAN I:arrangements are incomplete. --": "r 'Joricfa from 1952 to I Elizabeth, 11. Vietnamese Communist regime. Cong guerrillas in South Viet nists. ,lions.
Robert Edgar Dorman, 75, of Arrangements will be announced I- -

416 SW 2nd St., died yesterdayIn later by Williams. "

Alachua General Hospital aft- Thomas Funeral Home.

er shop a sudden foreman illness.for Kirkpatrickand He was a More About WE'RE NOT TRAVELING IN CIRCLES

Pierson.

Funeral services will be at
Budget
10:30: a.m. Saturday at the chapel


Lewis of Home the officiating.Williams-Thomas, with the Burial Rev.will W.Funeral be H. From Page 1 '

in Evergreen Cemetery. Mr. IT'S TIME TO BUY NO1

First Dorman Methodist was a Church.Mr. member. of the the Chain board link at fences its last of meeting.heights ,

varying from three to six feet

Dorman, a G a i in e sville were recommended by Porter

native is survived by his wife, for those schools where heavy
-
Mary Ellen Beville Dorman, a traffic moves on streets adjacent MIX 'EM BUY 'EM MATCH 'EM

Mrs. Monroe,
daughter, Mary to playgrounds.The .
and two sons, Robert W. and
Harry L. Dorman, all of Gaines- fences will not necessarily -

ville, and eight grandchildren. encircle the entire play-
grounds, but will provide protection :

WILLIAM SHERMAN to sides of schools most I

vulnerable to traffic. Altogether -
LAWTEY William Sher-
it will take about 17,500 feet I
man, 65, of Lawtey died Tues-
I
of fencing to do the job.
day afternoon at his home following
When the budget is amended i
an extended illness.He .
(the School Board has a 30-day I

was born in New York ,extension) it is expected to :

May 20, 1899 and had been a i total about $8,435,300 of which !

resident of Lawtey for the past I about $2,080,500 is from local ;

nine years. Mr. Sherman wasa I tax sources and the rest from I

member of the Highland the state.

Baptist Church. GILBEY 2 A89 CLUB BENTLEY 19 HEAVEN

Funeral services will be held More About II I

at Jones Memorial Chapel in I VODKA 400 SCOTCH.
2 For 5.74 HILL
Starke today at 2 p. m. with \ 6.34

Rev. George Chism officiating. Dies

Burial will be in Highland

Cemetery.

Survivors include: his wife, From Page 11

Susie Blackmon Sherman of I
Mrs. Colonial Dames and the United I
Lawtey; one daughter,
of Maxville Daughters of the Confederacy.
Catherine Carter ;
one step-son, Sidney Blackmonof She was a member of the Jack- ; Prices 5 V O !.
Church of the Good ,
Maxville; three brothers sonville v y Good

Isaac and Allen Sherman, both Shepherd. Thru

of Scotsville, N. Y., and Lester I Survivors include two daughters -; Aug. 8

Sherman of Chicago: three sis Mrs. Shands and Mrs. H. :

ters: Mrs. Eva Richards of H. Deringer, Chestert o w n,

Rancho Cordova, Calif., Mrs. I Maryland; a son, Walter Hawkins -

Mary Brice of Scotsville, N. Y., Jr., Jacksonville; six

and Mrs. Edna Brice of Leroy, grandchildren; and 10 great

N. Y. I grandchildren.; I II
asks that contributions
The family :
Funeral I
C. Jones
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Home of Starke is in charge.
I Bank at the University of Florida .

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HIGH SPRINGS Alton D. Jones Johnson Funeral : PINTS

Hill, 70, of High Springs died at I Home is in charge of arrange-

his home this morning. Service ments. I O 97f.NO
NOTICE-OF-PUBLIC HEARING OF SCHOOL BUDGET
Pursuant to tile provisions of Section 237.12 Florida Statutes 1941. Notice i iot 11
public: hearing will be held by the county Board
Is hereby given that a Florida. Thursday. August 13. 1964 at I LMIT! 4
rcP
Instruction of Alachua County. /
Public Board meeting room of Gain sville. TILFORD \t
the and
tile hour of East 3:30 p.m.University in A county for tile pur pu ot dIscussing the : PARK tS fiVE FLAGS,
Florida 1117 <
July
school budget of said County for the fiscal year beginning ;,
proposed 1. 1964 aM ending June 30. 1965 with the citizens of tile County. Tile budget'is 6 Year Old

I.summarized BUDGET as FOR follows SUPPORT: AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS
Balances on hand beginning IIf year
A.
1. County General School Fund S 3711.63& \
2. District 1 Current Fund 56.514
J. Foundation Program Capital Outlay .k51
Fund 7.471 IIBOURBON3.29
and Debt Service S 434.621
B. Investments TOTAL CASH BALANCES II

1. State_Reserve Board of Education 507 11.753>JMBond

2. Local Funds 454IS
TOTAL INVESTMENTSC.
Anticipated Receipts S4 6".507 -
1.2. State County Sources Sources ,''U,3SJ! CALYERT "EXTRA" NITE
3. other I
6010..360TOTAL
D. Total Available ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS $7,677,740 DON'T BE MISLEDWE Phone FR 2-6333

E. Appropriations & Reserves s1.986.M1" Every Monday Night Thru August
1. Instructional Salaries

2.3.&Library Administrative Other Expense.Instructional Expenses Classroom Expenses Supplies 393.201 7.431 ; 38 Per drink Open 11 am-11 pmTheUfltVe$4'9
530.111S.
4. Maintenance and Operation of Plant .
Transportation & Auxiliary Services 272.650

4 7.. Debt Fixed Service Charges, Non-Program Schools 518.040".COO Double Shots for 38$ MEET or BEAT
and Transfers 228.310
8. Capital Outlay $7,105,632 Inn
TOTAL Appropriations 4 Transfers 573471
Reserves TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS. TRANSFERS $7.677,240 During Cocktail Hour 5-7 p.m. ALL ADVERTISED

II. BUDGET AND FOR RESERVES INTEREST AND SINKING FUNDSA. (All Other Drinks Regular Price) ;
Balances and Reserves
Beginning of Year S m.58'B. ; DANCING 'TIL 2 A.M.
Anticipated Receipts Taxes 187.245 PRICESIN
TOTAL BALANCES Other ANDANTICIPATED 2'34' S 308.1M Music by BOBBY GRIFFIN COMBO % U.S. 441 South

RECEIPTS t I and
C. Appropriations
}1.. Interest Payment on of Bonds Bonds I lSO.COO 3V.405 i RICHARD! PARKER ORCH. THIS AREA
'".415
10
3. Other
S 118,780 ; Entertainment
D. Anticipated Reserves Jimmy Henry Pantomime
III. BUDGET FOR BOND CONSTRUCTION FUNDSA. I
Balances July 1. 1963 281l.'A'.*' I -
B. Anticipated Receipts 151.100.00TOTAL + ,
AVAILABLE $ 433.n1.61C. 1 r l r Z
Appropriations: I
1. New Buildings S 4W.664 II I

TOTAL Anticipated: APPROPRIATIONS BalarcesIV. S A09MUID. 24.05&.00 f ANCIENT AGE HAIG tr HAle SMIRNOFF flEAGRAMS BARCLAY

MILLAGES TO BE LEVIED
The mlilage to be levied on the 144 assessment roll to produce necessan, 1
revenue for these budgets for the ensuing' fiscal year art: y : BOURBON SCOTCH VODKA i 7.CROWN / GIN
A. Support and Maintenance Funds 10.0 mills a
B. District No. 1 Current Levy 10 0 millsC. .
District Interest & Sinking Fund Levy 11 mills 9
Complete details of each separate part of the school budget summarize f 3.79 e 4.89 i i 2.89
above are on file and are available for public Inspection at the office o I .
the County Superintendent of Schools at Gainesville Flordia. end will all< Pens f d tkry Au. 8. Cwperts flood fury Aug. 0. Coupons good fora Avg. 1. .Coupons good fhru Aug. t Coupons good tows AY1. 0. '/
be available for such public hearing together with all supporting statement:I 0 Otte to a r 7M b customer One tt a wsttmH. '
coupe' a customer s >M toupee t a a customer hie twpM h CYSfe/liHr. cwp a f cwptrt
and Information. All interested persons are cordially Invited to participat r a
sl a r s
sltast.
6' 'J Mast .h sltase. tltast.
In the public: hearing and to discuss the program of the Alachua Count!,; i r IM ,
Schools for the ensuing year _
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF ALACHUA COUNTYE. J
D. MANNING. JR. I
County Superintendent _
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CapitolWASHINGTON I, JEWELRYSPECIALS FRI., SAT.



(AP) The i I ,FW ,',,fi'2ty.',y s Rm;J iY'. a3'+ aar. : P?.., c 1,:
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second largest annual money
bill, a $13.5-billion appropriationto I DURIHCJ.
finance 26 federal agencies, +
S s
has cleared the Senate and goneto Save Vi and more en diamonds -
the House carrying $5.3 billion today and every' IK. FIELD
for the National Aeronautics .' day. Ten day mo *y.back YMd

and Space Administration. ,, guarantee-Free appraisal. notarized J Mile Ids a. +
All efforts to cut the agencies
Senate ,
funds were rejected during -
consideration Wednesday. 1 Ct. Diamond Bridal
I .,e
Only the $47-billion defense Set v: QUAI1TY a.
appropriation carries more I ct. .,..... bridal, DISCQUNS BRAND
money. .eel,1l.N l.'t.--I4K M list.eebhiry,.,It- 19300 AMOUS NAME F
WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- f
dent Johnson hasn't said offi-
1/2 Ct. Diamond
cially that he'd like to be nominated Ring
but Democratic ./., Ct Mlitalr* bridal,
for president t .w ucktail rtutI4K. -9700 i
ckit.' v yeller
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John
National Chairman *W-12ISM list. I
M. Bailey like everyone else
is so sure he's announcedwho 39.DIAMONDWEDDING .
will do the honors at the I BANDit

Democratic National Convention .. ....
in Atlantic City. I ',...-".:-. ....k1f '--' '.
Govs. Edmund G. Brown of! ... '..: ... ',.'\. *
California and John Connally of I .... ilk

Texas will be the conominatorsat I t',1'.. -r "
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the appropriate time Aug. .::. ..;i. 1
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WASHINGTON ht. (AP) By an'I 't ;..'xI. :.- / -JHB Jrlisi ify.i&

almost straight party-line vote \\l J 'f"; 'tl
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of 59 to 29, the Senate has accepted \J .
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Pierre Salinger as the : j) I L
junior senator from California <:::: I i:: FED v iilsY--\k

at least temporarily. J ; II ?! .

Republicans have challenged from Another our maenfie.nt fabulous' Mlrction.beauty I $
White
the legality of the former 39 diamonds each carefully

House press secretary's appointment selected cUr.ty.' and by.experts brilliance.for 14K cut. I I I 10 NE,? I
by Gov. Edmund G. gold (citing.Exquisitely

Brown to complete the term of; QQ" I $ a KE1vtTKNt
Sen. Clair Engle who died last Yours . 77V :
Thursday. Engle was a Democrat *

as are Brown and Saling Ct. Diamond .
Ring -- -- ;;
er. Y. rl. ..utau." krUil JARRr :
Republican George Murphy. BriMm ".,-UK/1IJ
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who will oppose Salinger in the : 01
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November election filed suit ir L J hK

Los Angeles to nullify the ap- .r- EDDE
pointment. Aug. 17 was set for e "

hearing.Senate Republican leader (./.1' ..?" ... L1UflPOOLI/IW/ ui
Everett M. Dirksen said Salinger i -
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is not California voter and l'f
a
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the state's law requires anyone i ."": .. I I j1 ....... ... !+ Y Y acce adluto
appointed to a Senate vacancy I S ?-.". ur permatl.nt,wathhey rrnostat COntrol
to be a qualified elector.A 25 \.I.rJ". font 011 wefde d oho,,.'ab 1.fiber
n"P'r"CJvi.t ;
native of San Francisco, Take ONL Y ; 5-1ear Perform anc. 1WHIRLPOOLq I
Vir- I 60 worm my f0rrestf of
Salinger lived in nearby Fa on h
0 er
) KELVINATOR Days B.J. /
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He tit Rdl ds ::/colfyeo//.d.n/rt
ginia in recent years. quit (: \ j No No COSt. sloe "'rebou FREEZER
his White House post last March .
MONEY '
and went to California the 2-DOOR or take
19 J
SOq DOWN 13 cu. FT. Low Cost
next day to enter the Senate NO-FROST 14 Cu. Ft E ONE month s to
OF
race. N D Onlv $2 payl Hold. 440 lb..

j COSTUMEJEWELRY REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER SOME!!:,_ _R SAMPLES Per Week SAVE
M,4
NY $169
In NE
People $30,0 0
BRINe N
Valu.e t. SI0.00. Buy th YOUR TRUCK
n.cklac $228 TRAILER CARTONS
and r c iv. matchtn etc
The NewsLONDON aarrin"tEEI HAUL 'EM AWAY __
to "- if.
84e 48.8 -

(AP) Mrs. John|I l
20,000 BTU 6,000 BTUWashable
F. Kennedy flew from London!' Cents 17 Jewel
to Venice today for an Adriatic[ Gruen. Helbros. Elgin
Waltham 105 Lb.
cruise. A scarcity of first-class I All crated .
seats divided her party on the i Expansion $17 NO units with filters + IS 'll {
flight. Bracelet multispeedfans Ventilation
Mrs. Kennedy and Lady Har- 1 dollar per week .' 7 FROSTFREEZER auto- control .
a
All welded 1 ,. t '
lech, wife of Britain's ambas-, matic thermostat I a.lta ,
sador to Washington, rode in 2-D1AMOND WATCH Slideoutchassis chassisThermostat v vl'
first class. Lord Harlech and J .
ladir' W.Itbale or
escort Mrs. Kennedy's rode tourist.Secret Service I I -.hit.Hub;..le sr
The group will be guests I square
aboard the yacht of oil magnate Ladies' GENERAL ELECTRICNO feet warranty 5-year 2 ONLY I

Charles B. Wrightsman an old Waltham, FROST REFRIGERATOR Cools 400
friend of the Kennedy family.It Helbros, Gruen I sq. ft.

is Mrs. Kennedy's first trip IT Jlw.li. unbrtak. i 5223 SAVE
outside the United States since a b 1. maintprina.. '1. $60.00RCA
shock r.sistantt. withmatching / ofk
the assassination of the presi- .xpanei.n.. 30,000 BTU 4,000 BTU
dent last November.The .band-eke.many atyl*. (rent WHIRLPOOLNO

former first lady spent! 39.75 to 1700 FROST REFRIGERATORZERO .i All crated Washable
the night in London with her, J
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1964
45.00 Us Jd TEMP. FREEZER models filter I
brother-in-law and sister. Prince I
with slideout Ventilation
will.and Princess Sanislaus Radzi-! $188 SAVE chassis, mul- control 14 CU. FT. 490 lb. Cap.
I $ 000 ti-speed i fan, 1 welded

STATELINE Nev. (AP) I automaticthermostat chassisThermostat FREEZER

Television personality Ed Sullivan ., KELVINATOR 12 CU. FT. NEMA rated. $3 5 9 control $9 7
is in a hospital for treatment REFRIG.-FREEZER P'button Defrost Cools up to Rust resistant
of an intestinal disorder.A 2000 square cabinet $179 SAVE
spokesman for a Casino in I F I 178 SAVE feet! 5-re.r $40.00WHIRLPOOL
Stateline said Sullivan became ; : $40.00 warrantyCools
ill Wednesday after his midnight -|'r 250
show. He said the illness i GENERAL ELECTRIC square feet.
was not believed to be serious.: L
_____ I i 12 CU. FT. REFRIG.-FREEZER

LOS ANGELES (AP-Come-) 6TRANSISTORRADIO $14L0 SAVE 8,000 BTUWashable 25,000 BTU 15 CU. FT. 540 lb. Cap.
dian Ben Blue has been indict.: lug

ed by a federal grand jury on[ $30.00 NEMA rated. FREEZER
six counts of income tax i CamDl.t. with Uathtr -
evasion. -
I earryine, caMkatttnes ., 5 RCA WHIRLPOOL filters Cools up to
I *. and carhn 13 CU. FT. REFRIG.-FREEZER Ventilation 1750 square
Authorities said i Wednes-; control feet! Hasmultispeed $189 SAVE
day the 65-year-old comic and: SAVE All welded
former night club operator fail-! Men's & Ladies' M58 chassis fan and auto.thermostat $50.00WHIRLPOOL
$20.00
ed to pay a total of $39,334 in I WALLETSfor Thermostat
personal and corporate taxes for I control $1 158 All crated 309
the years 195860.LACUNA Rust resistant 1964 models,
I
cabinet with Slide-

BEACH Calif. (AP) ; 5-year out chassis!

-Actress Bette Davis has un-' r iso Lb. warranty ...
dergone a I e n g thy physical j Cools 600

checkup at a hospital in Laguna -,I NO square feet 'I r1! !
Beach and a doctor said I FROSTFREEZER

she Trust is in good Fund health. I I 16,500 BTU 10,000 BTU --


I Her. .. ONE Washable
For AninlalsI< t'L3' ] filters 3 speeds -
Values to AMESBURY, Mass. (AP) QQf Ventilation
Two $5.00 77 to Ls control Adj. grills |
dogs and two cats have a I I :
Vent control
All welded
trust fund of more than $50,000.:
Zinc coated
Annie E. Webster, 84, of I For Him... KELVINATOR 18 CU.. FT. chassis cabinet i 23 CU. FT. 794 Ib. Cap. c
Amesbury, who died June 8, directed -'I Values to 188 y? NO-FROST Thermostat $ Cools 600 : t)
in her will that the bulk $5.00 I to control 225 feet 189
of her $68,000'estate, after $14-' V. FOODARAMA cabinet Rust resistant square CHEST FREEZER

000 in charitable
bequests I
'd be placed in trust for GainesvilleAcres X39995SSO 5-year
pets. ; Slideout warranty $239

e will directed that the dogs Free Parkins with preferred trade chassis
and cats be permitted to live the: Open 9-9- .
rest of their lives in her horn Sun. 12.7 p.m.

and that they are to be give U. S. 441 North GAINESVILLE Acres of Free 9 AM 9 PM 'SUNDAY NOON 7 PM

die."a proper 1 J burial when the. 376-8292 Parking U.5.441 NORTH AT23RD BLVD. PH. 376-8297

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l d I IIII'', A lOT Of SEARCHING- I encouraged could commit to their believe main forcesto they

IT TOOK the war, and win a military
BARGAINING victory without U. S. intervention. -

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IT / President Johnson acted as
I he did, it should be empha-

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Q ua IIt Y i BRING / !immediate naval incident, but
to make absolutely clear to the
DISCOUN TO 50 I'North Vietnamese and the
IIIill LOCCIAIIS AT 20% j Chinese Communists that the

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Ihlli! / the war rather than allow its

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na however has a dual purpose.
I For the objective of his policyis

not to widen the war but to
SPECIAL convince the Communists that

they Cannot win the war, and

therefore, the sensible course of

f I policy is to negotiate an honorable

I peace.

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was carefully designed: to be

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3 icw Unrltitnr.! EVEN HERE in Concord, the capital of the state the

: R. HARRISON Prtsldtnf end SOUTHBy By JAMES RESTON political answers seem about as obscure as they do in Wash-

; FvMwhtiv PAT COWLES. Vice PrIIFlorida's *- CONCORD N. H. These are hard days on political ington, D. C. The Republican state headquarters is located

Beautiful dent, Ed JOHNSON. Viet President prophets. Not only in the capital of the United States, but in a store on the main street across from the state capitol,

and EBERSOLE.Executive Vice Editor President; W. G.and(kill Advertising )- even here in the serene and lovely capital of New Hamp- and it is having its troubles. Senator Norris Cotton, who

07. 'University City tiJ; Director BOB TARTAOLIONE RALPH McGILL I shire, the old political tests and allegiances are giving launched Senator Goldwater's campaign for the presidency in

Vice President sad Circulation Manager. 0 Pulitzer( (k. AtteaU.rmt Winning(Ga.) CensUtaUMSlums h'U.er way to new men and new problems, and the political ex- the primary election here, didn't even go to the Republican

+ perts in both parties are baffled. convention in San Francisco and isn't very active for Gold-
THE SUN'S POLICY
a They know that somehow the growth of life and scienceis water now. Steve- Lamprey, who ran Goldwater's campaignhere

1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. : changing all the assumptions of the past, and that in in the spring has indicated very little support for Gold- r

:' 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. some vauge way they are all involved in it, but they seem water: since the latter's nomination in San Francisco. In II

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. to be as little sure about the answer here. in ,Concord as short, the split within the New Hampshire Republican organization I

they are in Washington, D. C. over Goldwater is almost as wide as the Republican -
/. The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 A Time split in New York.

Want Ads-376-4672. LONG A CONSERVATIVE Republican fortress devoted to Two types of Republicans come into the state headquarters -

local town meeting government, New Hampshire now has a here. First, the Republicans who are mad about what

Our WildernessFew BombSlum Democratic governor for the first time in 40 years, and a happened in San Francisco and want to know why they

Conserving Democratic U. S. Senator for the first time in 30 years.It should back Barry. And second the ardent Goldwater sup-

is still predominantly conservative and at this time of porters who are angry because there are few Goldwater but-

bills passed by Congress havea In some ways the battle has beenan violence is in the news. the year it is preoccupied with its summer tourists, but tons, car stickers, or brochures available here in the Re-

legislative history of such determined extension of the old struggle to There will be more of it. it also has a higher percentage of its people engaged in publican headquarters and who show more interest in

persistence by its supporters establish national, state and local Much of it will wear a racial industry than any other state in the union except one. backing Goldwater than in supporting the Republican Party

as the Wilderness bill passed by parks before population and eco- label. Some accurately will Accordingly, a temporary refugee from Washington, D.C.. ticket as a whole.

the House of Representatives last nomic put available sites be tagged by harassed policeas not only fails to find simple answers to general problemshere
pressures a result of "hot weather." but finds many of the same conflicts and confusions.We LATER ON in the campaign, all this will probably change.

Thursday. beyond the reach of public bodies. Millions of Americans are will go, we said, to New Hampshire where the presi- Summer in New England is too imporant to be squanderedon

1 crowded into reeking, hopeless dential campaign started, and specially, to Strafford County politics, but even in these brisk and sunny days much

The effort to preserve large sec- Legislative maneuvering in the slums. Yet, more m i ]1- N. H., which has voted precisely as the nation has votedin the same underlying conflicts go on here as in Washington.The .

tions of relatively untouched and undeveloped past 10 years has greatly modifiedthe lions have never seen a slum. every presidential election of this century. problems of this state are changing faster than man
and political parties can change to meet them, and in this i
One of the features of our affluent -
lands in this country in original proposal. Cattle, lumber,
society is the widen- THE ROCHESTER Courier, which is the largest weekly the state's problems are very much like the nation's.The .
their natural state for future recrea- mining and other commercial inter-
ing gulf between the haves newspaper in Strafford County, reports this week for example ,
tion and scientific purposes began ests have won concessions that allow and the have-nots. Early on the findings of the New Hampshire Municipal I

15 years ago. them to make use of the wildernessareas America was small town. Association on the problems of local and state government.The I SUN'S Page For I II

association is worried about how the towns can raise
for a limited period. Provisions Each village or small city

with determi- have been was a community. The enough money to pay the state's bills. It likes local govern- I
It has been opposed made in th e bill for development poor Editorials and Opinions
were known. The town drunk- ment, but observes that "many of the towns in New Hamp- I
nation and skill by a wide varietyof of wilderness lands if a be- II
ards were identified. The shire are not effective instruments of self-government,
commercial interests that have sufficiently proved emergency should churches took care of the cause "they simply do not have the fiscal resources nor i 1. Editorials 2. Readers' Letters 3. Columnists

viewed these rugged areas as potentials develop.In really poor. When the century the talents to suport services." i '
This editorial page offers the newspaper's own opinions on moti -
for future development. Cat- turned in 1900 the populationwas The association wants inefficient small governing bodiesto I i ten of current interest in the editorial column. It welcomes the

tlemen want some of them for graz- many ways the bill falls shortof a mere 75 million. be consolidated into larger groupings: it wants more regional opinions of readers in the Voice of the People Column. Opinions 'I
planning by the state; and it wants the state to of columnists; both conservative and liberal, and other contributors
ing. Lumbering industries have con- what its supporters originally appear elsewhere on the page.
welfare the
AND TODAY? We take over more responsibility for the of people I
push
tended the wooded areas may be hoped for. But it is still a beginningon idly toward 200 million. Each rap- from the local authorities.The I

needed as a source of lumber sometime a worthwhile program of conservation big city has hundreds of Rochester Courier's columnist with the ominous title

in the future. The mining and that is likely to expand and loose "communities." of "The Black Cat" is even more worried. He notes that =ON THE
all the cities and towns in New million -
$36
Hampshire spent
oil industries have argued that some win more public support in the years Editors and commentatorswho
to run the schools in 1960 but that the cost went up
of the areas may contain valuable ahead than it has had to the have never seen a slum,
up to $46 million in 1963. To avoid a sales tax or an income
mineral deposits that may be badly present. much less spent days in one tax, the state has legalized sweepstakes betting to help i RIGHT

needed in the future. or more of the sprawling, festering deals with the problem of rising costs, but the costs are I

social cancers, write still the
outrunning revenues.
The organizations that have glibly of the Harlem riots, TV

The conservation, recreation and for example, only in terms of
spent so much time and effort over i I
sportsmen's organizations that have "race." Persons who have MAULDIN

been the n ain supporters of the bill the past decade in getting the program never smelled slums, or felt By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
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have been hard put at times to convince established deserve: the thanksof the terrible oppression of x,,,, A few evenings ago Mr. Les ter's nomination. a theme I ,

members of Congress that it the public today. In all probabilitythe crowded, bug infested hous- Crane, a late night deejayfor that Miss Winters found irresistible -
ing; who have never seen the l
is in the national interest to save greatest ,appreciation of what old sitting on the talk programs who is try- casually suggesting -
persons ing for the big time by launch- a nexus between the Ku
these areas for future generations. of fire in hot
they have accomplished will come stoops escapes ing a network program, put Klux Klan and Senator Gold-
have had hard time weather who have
They a con- ; never '
50 years from now when the together a television show the water Yes-yes, interjected -
premium .
been in the beer taverns at
vincing lawmakers that intangible second half of which dealt Mr. Crane consternation

values can sometimes be as impor- on available recreation areas each corner (the only placesof with topless bikinis, the first written over his face, and I

tant as material values so far as the will be many times higher than it is recreation); who do not half of which dealt with "The asked him what he was yap-
the difference be- t.f
public is concerned. today. comprehend State of the Republican Par ping about and said that I-
and be-
tween abject poverty ty," involving Miss She )Hey liked to be around when the-

ing poor, write of slum riots Winters, who began by stat- Ku Klux Klan slithers into a.
in terms of political partisan-
that she knew little room full of
i G ing very people publicly

I Ii ship.There about politics and went on to discussing Senator Goldwater.
Voice of the is, God help us, no overstress her point, Mrs. Jackie Robinson said he'd as'

People immediate answer to slums. May Craig, the Maine newspaperwoman soon NOT be around when the

If we try to make them wea- 1.e 1.e 1. who used to annoy Ku Klux Klan slithered In.

I I pons of political partisanship, e John F. Kennedy, Mr. Jackie

i_- __On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions we shall complicate the future Robinson, who has formeda ARE YOU QUITE through

of our country and our committee of Republicansfor with me, the neglected Miss

ond comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters society. Slums are cancers. fir,, Johnson, and myself. And Winters wanted to know,
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will bt withheld if reauested. A letter shouldnot They also are time bombs. I should add, 350 spectators who was chafing to read in- '

exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used. The They are not, save econom- uu,11, for Repub- to the record an anti Catholic
Sun reserves the right to reiect any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning; at ically, sociologically, and psy- very very hungry tirade by the chairman- of
intent. lican meat.
result of ;J'I.
chologically, a an organization that has
an ancient obeisance to gods Clean Up, Paint Up, Fix- "race." Thousands are white come out for
Goldwater
Clarifies Facts believed to reside in high Up campaign in May that slum dwellers. WHICH MR. CRANE was which tirade I pointed out,

On Peace places. I did not imply that even now would be a good very anxious to give them, in was written in 1936. .but

CorpsEDITOR the Brazilian farmer, or anyone time to help beautify Gainesville SOUTHERN FARMS, town copious quantity. Mr. Robinson that was getting into history

else as far as I know, -along with the all out cities have for years beer Ay keyed the eveninginto and if there
? quickly two
S are things
Sun I want to
: consciously plants up and efforts of the businesses watching people bundle and
for its the theme of the Hatred Les Crane can't stand, it's
thank your paper coverage down hills for this reason to- around the square in the go northward, westw a r d. '' rf R 0 ANw t hatred and
of the Peace Corps that Lies Before Us as the history.
day. I said that the reasons "Operation-Facelift" program. They were poured out, one
Program. However, I would for our doing certain thingsare of a great cornu- LITTERBUGS result of Senator Goldwa- The audience
might and
say I
While the howl-
like to clarify certain points working on survey -
.
lost in
often antiquity.I
brought out in the "mule in May, I couldn't help copia of a changing economy, THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT ed with delight, but the love-
and would of the coming of machines to play with Jackie
story" in the Wednesday edi did not, not, but notice that some of us Robinsonwas
use words such as "natives"and seem a bit reluctant concern- farms, of the end of a cotton interrupted by Miss Win-

tion.The "primitive", for the use ing property not being used, economy, of toofewindustrial ters who said she had a state-

me,direct"They quote won't attributedto find any of such terms tends to per- and rental property not seen jobs, and of old discrim- Good Choice : MansfieldBy ment to make, and the house 11
petuate misunderstanding of often. inations. caught its breath in antIcipa-
farm tractors modern j
or ma-
the true motives and program In the worst of Philadelphia's tion. What she wanted to say J
chines" where they are go- of the Peace Corps as Let's all try to get ready reeking slums a senior DAVID LAWRENCE was that the extremists had
ing, were not my exact and for the many visitors who
it shares technology for the city's taken
words. I said that, in some will be psychologist WASHINGTON President and for the President to an- jority leader of the Senate over the Republican
friendship with other coun coming to our city school system told me: Party in San Francisco and
cases, this would be the sit- this fall. at least Johnson is perhaps one of the nounce now that he doesn'tfavor when nominated for vice pres- ,
Surely, who
tries. we of the parents that too bad
"Many was because it
uation. There is modern could cut down the weeds most adroit politicians ever to the Attorney General.But ident in 1960. There is much
on here are totally unfittedto used to be the
equipment available, and it Peace Corps volunteers go the empty lots; clean the win- come sit in the White House, but he to make a statement sin- merit in the idea of pickingfor ham party of Abra-
with urban -
competitive Lincoln
is used in to Brazil to participate in a cope last either the ticketa and the audi
being many partsof dows of took quite a gamble place on
build- have
empty life. Some run away fromit gling him out might ence reacted the
as scientific
Brazil. triangle of events: 1)) To give Thursday in the he ruled man who has been working
way
technical assistance, 2)) To ings; maybe even replace a abandoning their families.In General seemed politically harmf u 1. intimately with both parties in community must have done on
out Kennedyas
However, the reason for Brazil- board or screen. the worst streets of the Attorney being informed Einstein
learn something about by
and knows the
his running mate for the Congress scoreon
using a mule should not be ian culture and 3)) To give 2. Perhaps a "teen ager" crowded slums a man can forthcoming campaign. The THIS MANEUVER, however all the problems in dom- of his discovery that E equal-

misconstrued giving an the host nationals a better employment agency could be disappear simply by movingto President has had Senator Hu- hasn't disposed of one estic and foreign relations led me squared, and I said,

impression that all Brazilian understanding of our culture. initiated, through the Boys' another street. When there bert Humphrey of Minnesotain political issue involved during the last three years. you mean extremists like

farming is animal driven. The press can help in this ef Club?, to enlist boys to help are no jobs crime grows. namely, that the Republicanshave Clare Boothe Luce, Everett
the
The use of the mule was to fort. with the constant problem of "The sudden feeling of be- mind right along nomination for already nominated a Mr. Mansfield is a tactful Dirksen and Charles Halleck?

acquaint our young men with EVERETT J. DENNIS keeping up our properties. I ing free of the fears and restraints vice-presidential Roman Catholic for vice pres- man and an intelligent one,
this method, in case they go of segregated socie- but he may wind up selecting who has won the respect of WELL AS A MATTER cf
Coordinator, Technical Studiesin )know; of several persons who a ident. If the President, of
to a* area where work is Senator Mike Mansfieldof senators from all
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states.
AgriculturePeace are in need of such help and ty, he said, ('a 'ses some of after all becauseof course, had chosen the Attor- fact said Jackie Robinson,
could Montana ,
done, or be done, this ,
wonder how find the younger ones to run wild, General who is a Roman
way. Nor should the idea be Corps Training Project they can the way the backfire start ney THE "CONGRESSIONALDirectory" yes, that's who we mean by
into trouble. The
this help I of these! to get Catholic this factor in
given that all Brazil works : am one streets are their playground.Some ed by supporters! of Bobby -would have been says that Mr. extremists, and I wanted Jo

with a hoe, but rather that Ideas for City Yard work, or even polish- children can be rescuedby Kennedy may develop in relation the campaign Mansfield is 61 years old. en- say that was pretty extreme-

the hoe is the only practicaltool ing cars, is not unpleasantnor remedial work, by psychological to the religious issue.In immediately equalized or re listed in the Navy at the age sounding talk, but he. wantedto
moved.
for the slash and burn Sprucing Up undignified, but helpersare of 14 during World War I and
testing. .but there the first place it isn't talk about somebody in
agriculture of the Brazilian hard to find and faithful
While Senator Eugene McCarthy enlisted in
subsequently the
are so many, so very many good political strategy norm- Alabama he doesn't life:,. But
frontier. EDITOR, Sun: I have two ones are almost impossible to of Minnesota, another and the Marine
.We cannot, he said i ally for a man who is sure Army Corps.He -
suggestions and or pleas to find. I can remember when has been mentioned worked miner Goldwater. does, andISn't
The paragraph quoting me thoughtfully, "neglect the of the presidential nominationto Catholic, as a and
on planting up and down hills make: boys were eager to earn a deeper, more meaningf u 1 announce three weeks be- for the vice-presidential nom- mining engineer for eight that final proof that Hatred

was misinterpreted. I com- 1.1 would like to suggest to little spending moneymoneyin facts of the slums of our" na fore a national convention just ination, it's hard to see how years, then attended the Mon- Has Overcome? '; -

mented that this kind of (or remind) those residents or lieu of, or in addition to an tion. There is the distressing who he will not recommendfor the President could grace- tana School of Mines and -

planting, anywhere in the property owners who were allowance from their families. cost in human resources. But the vice-presidential nomi- fully pass over Senator Hum- Montana State Univers 1 t y. Which contusions:_ .h.juig -

world, perhaps goes back to unable to participate in the ADELAIDE SELLE that is by no means all. What nation. There usually is given phrey and pick his state's jun- From the latter, he receiveda been reached encounter-eIter'thereflective .Lea

do we do10L&CE?" an appearance, at least, ior senator; just because of the B. A. degree and later an.

POTOMAC FEVERBY of letting the delegates do religious question.So M. A. degree, and then served Crane was reminded"J: >jT.the

\ in Harlem, in their own choosing at the convention as professor of Latin Amer- producers signal! that Jfafc topless
it looks as if Mr. Johnson bikini girls weregetting
Chicago, in the cities East itself.A ican and Far Eastern historyat ,
has purposely planned to cold waiting togo oh,
West North and South is not6oracial" the university for 10
,
Bureau years.
JACK "'ILSOX Cowles Washington "
use the next three weeks to and politics was vacated, but
in that it proves or PECULIAR set of circumstances He was elected for five termsin
the situation out of the studioI
wiegh carefully on the way
President Johnson thoroughly enjoyed those pictures of the moon. They disproves anything about the however, had arisen. that develops. If the "back- the House of Representatives saw a prompter'splacard
court rulings, the rights of Those who wishedto and now is in his sec-
proved there is nobody up there who ever heard of Bobby Baker. politicians lash" from the Kennedy sup- with lines for Les Crane later
citizens. General Ken- ond term in the Senate.It .
Attorney
see
porters appears sizeable, Mr. in the show, after the announcement
Some of the Ranger pictures show that the moon looks like a dimpled golf The American slums are nedy nominated for the vice Johnson will forego selectionof does seem that Senator thai vital" partsof j

ball. It probably isn't, though. Jack Nicklaus hasn't lost any lately. neither Republican and Dem- presidency were getting very Senator Humphrey. The Mansfield the son of Irish the ladies had been -censured -

ocratic. active in organizing a move, who has worked. out by the network'sMrs.
man then named would be immigrants,
Senator Goldwater says you can never stamp out communism with bombs. They are, perhaps, the ment for him.It Senator Mansfield, majority his way to the top Is the Grundys, and the show-
What you do is use the bombs to knock the leaves off the trees so you can most compelling, sick, dan- who not only is lines were "Who .,
problem of the whole was presumably deemed leader of the Senate, who kind of man stopping .
send in the calvary \ gerous people. best, therefore, for the admin- happens to be a Roman Catholic dedicated to public service but took the girls away? Probably

-- to head off has the background which as- my mother. Hey, M o m,
Senator Humphrey, a druggist,. may be the Democratic vice presidential can- Glib, oversimplification of istration managers ; back ._ broads!" li.L.
me
we
defer- "compassionate concern" give
didate. He'd be a natural smart, aggressive, experienced, and makes a fine violence in them is a grave all such stratagems by sures a for the welfare of the Mom has a great deal to Jet ,I'
disservice to every Americanand ring the memorial demonstration IT WILL BE recalled that
tuna fish salad sandwich.
-- his future. until after the balloting Mr. Johnson himself was ma- American people. sorer for.

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:. THESOUTH 'rui hark eimra! EVEN HERE in Concord, the capital of the state, the I:

.. political answers seem about as obscure as they do in Wash-
: JOHN R. HARRISON. President en* By JAMES RESTON state headquarters is located t I
ington, D. C. The Republican
Publisher! PAT COWLES. Vic PresiFlorida's CONCORD, N. H. These ate hard days on political
Ed JOHNSON Vice President States, but in a store on the main street across from the state capitol,
dent; prophets. Not only in the capital of the United
1 Beautiful and Executive Editor W. G. (BUt) and it is having its troubles. Senator Norris Cotton, who
in the of New Hampshire
even here serene and lovely capital -
EBERSOLE Vice President and Advertising launched Senator Goldwater's campaign for the presidency in
:. 'University City' Director; BOB TARTAGUONE. By RALPH McGILL I the old political tests and allegiances are giving I
Prtae Winning publisher the primary election here, didn't even go to the Republican
Mwuger. OhU&ur and and the political experts -
Vice President end CircuUtio AtUaU. CGa.) C. aUtllUM way to new men new problems, active for Gold-
convention in San Francisco and isn't very
in both parties are baffled.
THE SUN'S POLICY They know that somehow the growth of life and scienceis water now. Steve Lamprey, who ran Goldwater's campaignhere

and that in in the spring, has indicated very little support for Gold-
: ,. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. Slums changing all the assumptions of the past, water since the latter's nomination in San Francisco. In
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in.-but only -editorials. some vauge way they are all involved in it, but they seemto
I short, the split within the New Hampshire Republican or-
.. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. be as little sure about the answer here in Concord as
wide as the
ganization over Goldwater is almost as Republican
they are in Washington, D. C.
: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 A Time split in New York.
Two types of into the state headquarters -
Republicans come
Want Ads-376-4672 LONG A CONSERVATIVE Republican fortress devoted to
here. First, the Republicans who are mad about what
local town meeting government, New Hampshire now has a
in and want to know why they
happened San Francisco
BombSlum Democratic governor for the first time in 40 years, and a
I. Our WildernessFew should back And second the ardent Goldwater
Conserving Democratic U. S. Senator for the first time in 30 years.It Barry. supporters
who because there few Goldwater but-
are
are angry
this time of
is still predominantly conservative and at

bills passed by Congress have In some ways the battle has beenan violence is in the news. the year it is preoccupied with its summer tourists, but tons, car stickers, or brochures and who available show more here interest in the Republican in- I
headquarters
a legislative history of such de. extension of the old struggle to There will be more of it. it also has a higher percentage of its people engaged in backing Goldwater than in supporting the Republican Party

termined persistence by its support. establish national, state and local Much of it will wear a racial industry than any other state in the union except one. ticket as a whole.

'. before population and label. Some accurately will Accordingly, a temporary refugee from Washington, D.C., I
the Wilderness bill passed by parks eco
ers as
fails to find simple to general problemshere
be not only answers
the House of Representatives last nomic pressures put available sites a tagged result by of harassed"hot weather.policeas but finds many of the same conflicts and confusions.We LATER ON in the campaign, all this will probably change.
Summer in New is too imporant to be squandered ;
I Thursday. beyond the rea h of public bodies. Millions of Americans are will go, we said, to New Hampshire where the presi- England
on politics but in these brisk and days much
even sunny
dential campaign started, and specially, to Strafford Coun-
crowded into
reeking, hop e- the same underlying conflicts go on here as in Washington.The .
.. large Legislative maneuvering in the less slums. Yet millions ty, N. H., which has voted precisely as the nation has voted
The effort to preserve sections more problems of this state are changing faster than man

of relatively untouched and undeveloped past 10 years has greatly modifiedthe have never seen a slum. in every presidential election of this century. and political parties can change to meet them, and in this

lands in this country in original proposal. Cattle, lumber, One of society the features is the of our widening affluent TIlE ROCHESTER Courier, which is the largest weekly the state's problems are very much like the nation's.

their natural state for future recrea- mining and other commercial inter- gulf between the haves newspaper in Strafford County, reports this week for example -

tion and scientific purposes began ests have won concessions that allow and the have-nots. Early on the findings of the New Hampshire Municipal

15 years ago. them to make use of the wildernessareas America was small town. Association on the problems of local and state government.The The SUN'S Page For \
association is worried about how the towns can raise
for limited period. Provisions Each village or small city
a enough money to pay the state's bills. It likes local govern- Editorials and
with determi- have been made in the bill for development was a community. The poor Opinions I
It has been opposed were known. The town drunk- ment, but observes that "many of the towns in New Hampshire -

nation and skill by a wide varietyof of wilderness lands if a are not effective instruments of self-government," be-
ards were identified. The 1. Editorials 2. Readers' Letters 3. ColumnistsThis I
commercial interests that have sufficiently proved emergency should churches took care of the cause "they simply do not have the fiscal resources nor
"
the talents to services.
viewed these rugged areas as potentials develop.In really poor. When the century suport editorial page offers the newspaper's own opinions on matters -
The association wants inefficient small governing bodiesto of current interest in the editorial column. It welcomes the
Cattlemen turned in 1900 the populationwas
for future development. be consolidated into larger groupings: it wants more reg- opinions of readers in the Voice of the People Column. Opinionsof :
of them for the bill falls shortof a mere 75 million. columnists. both conservative and liberol, and other contributors
want some graz- many ways ional planning by the state; and it wants the state to

ing. Lumbering industries have con- what its supporters originally take over more responsibility for the welfare of the people appear elsewhere on the page.
AND TODAY? We push
rap-
tended the wooded areas may be hoped for. But it is still a beginningon idly toward 200 million. Each from the local authorities.The .
Rochester Courier's columnist with the ominous title
needed as a source of lumber some- a worthwhile program of conservation big city has hundreds of
of "The Black Cat" is even more worried. He notes that =ON THE RIGHT=
time in the future. The mining and that is likely to expand and loose "communities." all the cities and towns in New Hampshire spent $36 million -

oil industries have argued that some win more public support in the years Editors and commentatorswho to run the schools in 1960 but that the cost went up

of the areas may contain valuable ahead than it has had up to the have never seen a slum, to $46 million in 1963. To avoid a sales tax or an incometax ProfoundTV

mineral deposits that may be badly much less spent days in one the state has legalized sweepstakes betting to help

present. or more of the sprawling, festering deals with the problem of rising costs, but the costs are
needed in the future. social cancers write still outrunning the revenues.COLORED.

The organizations that have glibly of the Harlem riots, TalkBy

The conservation, recreation andsportsmen's for example, only in terms of
spent so much time and effort over
"
organizations that have "race. Persons who have
bill the past decade in getting the pro never smelled slums, or felt I WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. .
been the main supporters of the NEWSB. I -

have been hard put at times to con- gram established deserve the thanksof the terrible oppression of A few evenings ago Mr. Les ter's nomination, a theme
crowded infested housing Crane late that Miss Winters
bug a night deejayfor found irresistible
members of Congress that it the public today. In all probabilitythe
vince ; who have never seen the talk programs who is try casually suggest

is in the national interest to save greatest appreciation of what old persons sitting on the F. Childs, Colored News Editor. ing for the big time by launching ing a nexus between the Ku

these areas for future generations. they have accomplished will come stoops of fire escapes in hot I. a network program, put Klux Klan and Senator Gold-

They have had a hard time con- weather; who have never PERSONALS VOTICE together a television show the water Yes-yes, interjected -
lawmakers that intangible 50 years from now when the premium been in the beer taverns at Miss Mary H. Parker and There will be dinners sold at second half of which dealt !Mr. Crane, consternat i

vincing on available recreation areas each corner (the only placesof Miss Millie Andrews, both 01 the home of Mrs. Florence Fox, with topless bikinis, the first written over his face, and I

values can sometimes be as impor- recreation); who do not Tampa, were sightseeing in of 900 N. E. 23rd Street Saturday half of which dealt with "The asked him what he was yap-
will be times higher than it is
tant as material values so far as the many comprehend the difference be- Gainesville yesterday.Mrs. on behalf of the House of State of the Republican Par- ping about, and said that I

public is cbncerned. today. tween abject poverty and be- Jane L. Smith returned Prayer for all People. ty," involving Miss She hey liked to be around when the

ing poor, write t ..of slum.riotsin here yesterday from Washington The menu consists of ham or Winters, who began by stat- Ku Klux Klan slithers into a

,I terms of political partisan D. C., where she was call- chitterlings, rice, vegetables, ing that she knew very little room full of people publicly

ed because of business.Mr. corn bread and dessert. about politics and went on to discussing Senator Goldwater.

I Voice I II ship.There is, God help us, no and Mrs. James Stevens over-stress her point, Mrs. Jackie Robinson said he'd as

of the People immediate answer to slums.If and son,. Jim, all of Albany, May Craig, the Maine newspa- soon NOT be around when the
AILING
IN HOSPITALMrs.
we try to make them weapons Ga., arrived yesterday a two- perwoman who used to annoy Ku Klux Klan slithered in.

I of political partisanship, week vacation with Mrs. Stev- Jereline Gainoey, a John F. Kennedy, Mr. Jackie
I future member of the Mt. Moriah Robinson who has formeda ARE YOU
we shall complicate the ens' relatives and friends here. QUITE through
=On The Sun's Opinion Page of our country and our Mrs. Cora Wilson left yesterday Baptist Church, has been a patient committee of Republicansfor with me, the neglected Miss

society. Slums are cancers. for Macon, Ga., because of in the Alachua General Johnson, and myself. And, Winters wanted to know,

Opinion and comments of Sun readers are welcome! in the Voice of the People column. Letters They also are time bombs. business. She will be away fora Hospital for the past two I should add, 350 spectatorsvery who was chafing to read into .
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot months. The members and fri the
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The They are not, save econom- week. very hungry for Repub- record an anti Catholic -
Sun reserves the right to reject ony letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or ically, sociologically, and psychologically Mr. and Mrs. Welch, of Ala- ends wish for her a speedy recovery lican meat. tirade by the chairman of

intent. a result of chua, principal and teacher, respectively an organization that has

an ancient obeisance to gods Clean Up, Paint Up, Fix- "race." Thousands are white in the Alachua County WHICH MR. CRANE was come out for Goldwater,

Clarifies Facts believed to reside in high Up campaign in May that slum dwellers. ; Public School System, were REVIVAL MEETINGS very anxious to give them, in which tirade I pointed out

places. I did not imply that even now would be a good business visitors here last Wed- Prayer service, prior to the was written in 1936. b u t

On Peace CorpsEDITOR the Brazilian farmer, or any- time to help beautify Gainesville SOUTHERN FARMS, towns, nesday. revival meetings of the Mt. copious quantity. Mr. Robin that was getting into history,

one else as far as I know, -along with the all out cities have for years been Rev. W. S. White, pastor o/ 'tforiah Baptist Church, began son quickly keyed the evening and if there are two things

Sun I want to consciously plants up and efforts of the businesses watching people bundle and Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church, Monday through August 7 at 7 into the theme of the Hatred Les Crane can't stand, it's

thank your paper for its coverage down hills for this reason to- around the square in the gonorthward, westw a r d. was a business visitor at West p. m. at church. i that Lies Before Us as the hatred and history.

of the Peace Corps day. I said that the reasons "Operation-Facelift" program. They were poured out, one Palm Beach last week. The revival meetings will be- result of Senator Goldwa-

Program. However, I would for our doing certain thingsare might say, of a great cornu- James R. Miles of Clear- gin on Monday, August 10, at 7 I The audience, and I, howled ..
like certain points While working on the survey with delight, but the love-
to clarify
often lost in antiquity.I copia of a changing economy, through Gainesville p. m.
wates
out in the "mule in May, I couldn't help passed play with Jackie Robinsonwas
brought of machines to The Rev. George Jones, of
of the coming
story" in the Wednesday edi did not, and would not, but notice that some of us farms of the end of a cotton yesterday en route to Jack- Clermont, will conduct the soul- will be Teachers' Meeting to- interrupted by Miss Winters .
use words such as "natives"and seem a bit reluctant concern- sonville. 7:30 who said she had
day, p.m. a statement
services.
tion.The "primitive", for the use ing not being used economy, of too-f ew-indus- Miss Fannie Mae Irvins, of seeking to make and
property the house
direct quote attributedto trial jobs, and of old discrim- The members are requestingthat
of such tends to
terms Jacksonville passed through
perpetuate
and rental property not seen caugbt its breath in
won't find anticipation. -
me, "They any misunderstanding of inations.In routeto the public attend these ser CLASS REUNION
often. Gainesville yesterday en What she
wanted
farm tractors or modern ma- the true motives and pro the worst of Philadelphia's St. Petersburg to visit with vices, bring a friend who wantsto TALLAHASSEE A featureof was that the to say
chines where they are go- Let's all to get ready Christ extremists had
gram of the Peace Corps as try reeking slums a senior her aunt, Mrs. Nancy Speed, accept the August 7 commencement taken over the
exact Republican
ing, were not my for the visitors who
it shares technology and many for the city'sschool
psychologist and other relatives. exercises at Florida A & M University Party in San Francisco
words. I said that, in some with other will be coming to our city JOINT SERVICE and 1
friendship coun- told me:
system Mrs. Ellen James and son, will be the presentationof that was too bad because
cases, this would be the sit this fall. at least it
tries. Surely, we Rev. B. F. Weary, pastor,
"Many of the parents who Deland of medals to 50th used be
uation. There is modern Jack of were guests one year to the party of Abraham :
could cut down the weeds on from the I
and his congregation
available and it Peace Corps volunteers go come here are totally unfittedto friends here. yesterday.Miss class reunion alumna and 11 Lincoln, and the audience
,

equipment the lots clean the win-
empty
E. Church will
; M.
St. Paul C.
is being used in many partsof to Brazil to participate in a dows of empty build- cope with competitive urban Mary Carter and Miss I service alumni representing their 25th reacted as the scientific
Brazil. triangle of events: 1) To give life. Some run away fromit Helen West, both of Orlando, conduct a joint duringthe year class reunion, according to community must have done on

technical assistance, 2)) To ings; maybe even replace a abandoning their families.In were guests of Miss West's relatives installation services at the G. W. Conoly, executive secre- being informed by Einsteinof

However, the reason for learn something about Brazil- board or screen. the worst streets of the here yesterday. Shady Grove Primitive Baptist tary of the FAMU General Alumni his discovery that E equal-

using a mule should not be ian culture and 3)) To give 2. Perhaps a "teen ager" crowded slums a man can Church today at 8 p. m. Association. led mc squared, and I said,

misconstrued giving an the host nationals a better employment agency could be disappear simply by movingto NOTICE Recipient of the gold 50-year you mean extremists like

impression that all Brazilian understanding of our culture. initiated, through the Boys' another street. When there The Children's Club of the CONVALESCING alumni medal will be Mrs. Althea Clare Boothe Luce, Everett

farming is animal driven. The press can help in this ef Club?, to enlist boys to help are no jobs crime grows. Lincoln Estate will hold its Mr. Freeman, who was a patient Ayers of Madison, Fla. Dirksen and Charles Halleck?

The use of the mule was with to fort. with the constant problem of "The sudden feeling of being meeting at the home of Miss in the Veterans Hospitalat All returning alumni will be I

acquaint our :young men EVERETT J. DENNIS keeping up our properties. I free of the fears and restraints Evetta McDonald on August 15 Lake City, was reported as feted Friday, August 7, at an WELL AS A MATTER of
in they
this method, where case work go is Coordinator, Technical Studiesin know of several persons who of a segregated socie- at 8 p. m. improving here at his home. Alumni Luncheon scheduled for fact said Jackie Robinson,

to an area AgriculturePeace are in need of such help and ty," he said. "causes some of interested in Mr. Ford who has been ill. 12:30 in the University
done, or could be done, this All children p.m. yes, that's who we mean by
wonder how they can find the ones to run wild, is much improved and up and
Project younger
Corps Training invited to Commons -
club Mr. announced
Nor should the idea be joining the are Conoly
and
way. this help: I am one of these! to get into trouble. The out again.CHURCH. this week. extremists, I wanted to
Brazil works
given that all be present.
with a hoe, but rather that Ideas for Yard work, or even polishing streets are their playground.Some Other events at which alumni say that was pretty extreme-
City
the hoe is the only practicaltool cars, is not unpleasantnor children can be rescuedby SLATES MEETINGThe ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. will be feted include the reception sounding talk, but he wantedto

for the slash and burn Sprucing Up undignified, but helpersare remedial work, by psychological Star Light Social Club I Moriah BaptistChoir given by President and talk about somebody in

agriculture of the Brazilian: hard to find, and faithful testing. .but there will hold its meeting at the No. 2 will have its rehearsal to- Mrs. George W. Gore Jr., for Alabama he doesn't like, but

frontier. EDITOR, Sun: I have two ones are almost impossible to are so many, so" very many home of Mrs. Pauline Bowleson day, 8 p.m. graduating seniors, their relatives Goldwater does, and isn't
suggestions and or pleas to find. I remember when .We cannot, he said East Side Church of God
alumni
and
can Tuesday at 8 p. m. friends, the ,
The paragraph quoting me the that final proof that Hatred
thoughtfully, "neglect in Christ Church School, 10
and down hills make: boys were eager to earn a During the meeting, Mrs. Faculty and friends of Sunshine
on planting up meaningf u 1 Has Overcome?
deeper, more 11:30a.m (
was misinterpreted. I com 1.1 would like to suggest to little spending moneymoneyin Dolliree Bowens' birthday will a.m.; morning worship Manor, the presidential residence -
facts of the slums of na
our
mented that this kind of (or remind) those residents or lieu of, or in addition to an tion. There is the distressingcost be celebrated. Mrs. Rozena .; and evening worship. 7 Thursday, August 6, at Which conclusions haying -
who allowance from their families. o.m. Elder J. C. Carter, pas- 7:30 .
planting, anywhere in the property owners were in human resources. But Webb, reporter. p.m.JFK been reached after the
back to unable to participate in the ADELAIDE SELLE
world, perhaps goes that is by no means alL Whatdo IN HOSPITALMrs. tor.Mt.. Pleasant Methodist reflective encounter, Les
PATIENT
"
we do? Hallie Jackson is a patient Choir No. 2 will have its re Drive I Crane was reminded by the

POTOMAC FEVER in the Alachua General! hearsal today, 7:30 p.m.; and producers' signal that the top-
i
VIOLENCE in Harlem in the Board of Education and Has 8200,000DALLAS I. less bikini girls were getting *

Chicago, in the cities East HospitaL Church School Staff will meet cold waiting to go on,

BY JACK WILSON, Co wles Washington Bureau West, North and South is not"racial" AILING AT HOME today 7:30 p.m. in the second (AP) -More than and politics was' vacated: but

in that it proves or Will Knight is ailing at his unit. Rev. W. M. Ferguson pas- $200,000 has been contributed to on the way out of the studioI

President Johnson thoroughly enjoyed those pictures of the moon.. They disproves anything about the home in Gainesville. the John F. Kennedy citizens saw a prompter's placard

proved there is nobody up there who ever heard of Bobby Baker. court rulings, the rights of tor.Friendship Baptist Sunday memorial drive in Dallas. with lines for Les Crane laterin

citizens. CONVENTION SLATED School, 9:30 a.m.; morning Committee Chairman W. Dawson the show after the announcement

Some of the Ranger pictures show that the moon looks like a dimpled golf The American slums are The Help and Aid Convention -worship, 11 a.m.; and evening, Sterling said Wednesdaymore that vital partsof
Jack Nicklaus hasn't lost lately. neither Republican and Dem D. E than firms the ladies had been censured
ball. It probably isn't, though. any auxiliary of the Jerusalem worship, 7 p.m. Rev. 500 business
-- ocratic. Association White, pastor. :have participated ion the drive out by the network'sMrs.

Senator Goldwater says you can never stamp out communism with bombs. They are, perhaps, the Missionary Rev. T.Baptist D. Davis, moderator ,- Pilgrim Rest Church of Un-: which is expected to end soon. Grundys, and the show-
the bombs to knock the leaves off the trees so you can most compelling, sick, dan- with lines were "W h 0
What you do is use will convene at the Mt ity No. 1 -Church School, 10a.m. Funds will be divided betweena stopping

send in the calvary. gerous problem of the whole Moriah, Baptist Church with! .; and afternoon worship, Dallas Memorial Plaza two took the girls away Probably

-- peoole. Elder Rusfus Armstrong blocks from the site where Ken- my mother. Hey, Mom,
of Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor, Au- 3:30 pjn.
Senator Humphrey, a druggist, may be the Democratic vice presidential can- Glib, oversimplification Mrs. Mary Hall, nedy was assassinated Nov. 22 give me back the broads"Mom
21 through 22. pastor;
didate. He'd be a natural smart, aggressive, experienced, and makes a fine violence in them is a grave gust and the John F. Kennedy LIbrary has a great deal to ...
disservice to American The public is invited to at reporter.
fish salad sandwich. every There in swer for.
tuna and his future. tend. Mt. Carmel Baptist Boston.
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Thursday, August 6. 1964 Gainesville Sun 7

.More About NOTICE OF INTENTION TO A century ago anybody over

Drops 0 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 50 was considered old. But mostof 1-

I Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Statutes today's oldsters don't feel '

Music To CrossCharles undersigned, notice Byron Is hereby M. Reber given Jr.that doing the old. A Harvard study of 200 people INTERNATIONAL MULTI-STOP TRUCKS.

business under the firm names. of Lord over 65 found that only 21 ,
Byron's. Lord Byron's Dutch Treat R : '
taurant Lord Byron's Discount per cent of the men and 20 percent i
I From Page 1 I Gainesville Alachua County Florida. f.1 of the
Drive TruckBy tends to register said fictitious women thought of I
. under the provisions of the aforesaid themselves as elderly.LEGAL The METRO LINE
1 Forman of the State spend the funds subject to ap- Statute I!
RAY KOHN Board Dated at Gainesville Florida, this 5th NOTICE
the
of Control is a by legislatureand
case in propriation day of August A. D., 19M The .University of Florida will receive I
point. to annual audit. BYRON M. REBER JR. bids i for the general' class ef commodities -
NEW YORK (AP) The bux- (3536) 8:4 13. 20, 27 as indcated below. Interested bidders -!
may obtain forms. specifications and I
om blonde crossed her dunga- -The trimester system of 4. Reconsideration of the tri- [IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA other Information by contacting the Purchasing -I
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Division. Room 106.'Tigert Hall
ree-clad legs, tilted the peakedcap year-round operation, which "is mester system by the presidentsand AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, University of Florida. Gainesville, Flori''

to shadow her babyblueeyes I the flop of the century as far their faculties, leaving edu-'' CAYUGA IN CHANCERY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND 64 da.Meat and Staples bids l open every", .

and explained why she ,as education is concerned." cational decisions concerning LOAN, ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA Tuesday 10:00 I OPEN
I corporation authorized to do 64 Hospital Supplies bids open
every
switched from teaching musicto I year-round operation by those business in the state of Florida Monday 3:00 .
All this adds
up to a deplor- 64-109 Revision to Deep Well Water Supply
truck "I the
driving a : was get- who understand conse- Plaintiff
able situation which must be Pumping and Pressure System-
stale." vs Lake Alfred. Florida 10:30 August 26.
ting I corrected immediately. Sen. quences. DEWEY M. BUTLER and wife 1964
5. Reconsideration of the level CAROLYN F. BUTLER. 61-111 Group Life Insurance Plan 10:30:
She is Miss Jeanie Manning, Cross said, or higher educationin Defendants August 25. 1964 :

26, 5 feet 3 inches tall, 122 Florida will continue to de |of education financial In support Florida.for higher Mortgage Foreclosure Case No. 12011 64-112 26 1964 Chain Link Fence.11:00 August I HOUSE

and 382536. Wednesdaywas teriorate. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE 64-113 Standard Galvanized Pipe and
pounds, I 6. Stop the penny-pinching out-, FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK Fittings 2:00 August 26. 1964
her first day on the job with The senator outlined a six- state' T. N. WELLS
look which prevents the Notice Is hereby given pursuant to a Director of Purchasing
the National Auto Renting Co., point recommendation: and keeping leading Final Decree of Foreclosure dated August (3537) 8:6. 13
1. Adoption at the November from getting 4, 1764, and entered In Chancery AUGUST 6 & 7 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
and her first assignment was ; educators, scientists, and Case No. 12028. of the Circuit Court of ADVERTISEMENT
9-ton 20-foot truck |election of a constitutional the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for
taking a faculty in the humanities and Alachua County. Florida wherein CAYUGA FREE REFRESHMENTSFLORIDA
from the main terminal to a amendment which will provide who will be a FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN I FAT OVERWEIGHT .
social sciences
for a Board of Regents with ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA, a
garage warehouse. Florida. corporation authorized to do business In II
long terms, replacing the Boardof true credit to the State of Florida Is Plaintiff and Available to you without a doc-
She has been doing this on Control. DEWEY M. BUTLER and wife CARO- tor's prescription, our product MOTORAND
solo runs for the past week NOTICE OF ADOPTIONOF LYN F. BUTLER are Defendants. I will called Odrinex. You must lose I,
trial
2. Appointing to the Board of RESOLUTIONThe sell to the highest and best bidder for
and had her hectic moments. In following resolution cash at the Alachua County CourthouseIn ugly fat or your money back. Od-i
Regents citizens who truly understand -: Board of Count Commissioners Gainesville. Florida within the legal
adopted by the rnex is a tiny tablet and easily
1 the Midtown Tunnel from Man- of Alachua County Florida at hours of sale at 11:00 AM. on the IS
higher education. Outgoing swallowed. Get rid of fat EQUIPMENT CO.
excess
there had beenan its meeting held on the 4th day of day of August. 1944 the following described -
hattan to Queens and incoming governors August A. D., 1964 viz: property as set forth In said and I live i longer. Odrinex costs
accident in the tube, and she should I BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARDOF Final Decree to-wit: $3.00 and is sold on this guarantee -
agree on appointments to 'Ala-
"skimmed the side of' the tunnel -maintain '[chug COUNTY County. Florida COMMISSIONERS.that pursuant to Lot Forty six (46) of Carol Estates : If not satisfied for any rea- 502 SOUTH MAIN ST. 372-4291 I

truck continuity.. Notice of Proceedings fr ckino 'treats.duly East as per plat recorded In Plat son, just return the package to
swerving the big 3. Decentralization of the published according to the law Book "F". page 10, of the Public, your druggist and jet your full
Records of Alachua County, Florida r.I
around stalled vehicles. tight budget and adminstrative proof attached of hereto publication and made of which a part notice i hereof Is- Dated this 4th day of August, A.D. money bock. No questions asked. -

Another day, on 10th Avenue, systems imposed over higher: a hearing was duly held at 2:30 1964 Odrinex is sold with this guarantee -
P.M. the 4th day of August A.D..
"I lost the second gear. So whileI education permitting university 19M. to on consider and determine whether -, J.Clerk B. CARMICHAEL.of the Circuit Court by: VIDAL DRUG STORE Sun Want Ads Get Results

where it was, all to make or not the County would vacate 102 E. UNIVERSITYMAIL
presidents COURT
was figuring appropriate'abandon.. discontinue and close those por- ( SEAL) ORDERS FILLED
around me was traffic and the educational decisions and to tions of those certain streets in Alachua (3538) 8;6 -- I
County Florida and particularly described -
din of horns. But I found it." In the proof of publication attached r-
SURPLUS PROPERTY hereto. At the time and places
native of Kingsville, Tex.,
A In accordance with provisions of Section t for said hearing all interested persons -
the young woman's real sur- 273.07. Florida Statutes the following surplus were given the opportunity to be
property is offered for sale by Sun- heard and thereupon, the Board of
name is Meurer. She was bornin land Training Center at Gainesville: County Commissioners. Alachua County, It
San Antonio and was gradu- 1-only 143 Ford Truck. Model 398T. Florida, determined that the proposed figures
cylinders. V ton chassis (no body) action of vacating abandoning discontinuing -
ated from The Texas College of and home made cab. and closing that portion of those
1-only 140 International pick-up truck.
Arts and Industries with a degree model KB2. 6 cylinders. streets herein particularly Interfere describedwill with the
not materially
For additional Information and bid form
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4 She came to New York six 508 Center Gainesville at, Gainesville Fla. Bids to P.be O opened. Box means deprive of any Ingress person and of egress a reasonable to his Want the best Values? OK

years ago with theatrical aspi- 2:00(3531)P.I M.:6. 13.20 EST August 21 1964 premises Federal from highway.at least one County Stateor shop at Gordon's. .

That's she said BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the
rations. why
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IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY portion of those certain streets describedbe
she changed her last name. JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN and the same Is hereby vacated,
PROBATE. abandoned and discontinued and the for Diamond Watches and
she IN RE THE ESTATE Rings
For three years taught OF Board of County Commissioners hereby Jewelry
JAMES FRANCIS
CUNNINGHAM ,
and English in Oceansideon renounces and disclaims any right of
music deceased the County and Public In and to any
Long Island. But she also NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR land or Interest therein contained in that
FINAL DISCHARGE OF ,portion of those certain streets In Ala-
worked in an electronics factory ADMINISTRATRIXTO chua County Florida and particularly
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: At Lowest Prices !
described as follows:
a dance studio, a handbag flied Notice my is final hereby returns given as Administratrixof that I have 1. Fulton Street ,lying between Park

factory, and cocktail lounges, the Estate of James Francis Cunning. 2 Avenue Wood and Street Magnolia lying Street.between Main
ham deceased that I have filed
;
my
playing the piano. petition for final discharge and that I Street and Park Avenue. Main 1
will apply to the Honorable H. H. McDonald 3. Ontario Avenue lying between
She her boy friend a
says County Judge of Alachua County Street and a Northerly extension of
a psychiatrist, worries about her Florida, on the Kth day of August, Park Avenue. between Wood J fit
4 Pine Street lying
1964 for approval of the same and for
F t"Ats
and in turn "he worries me. final discharge as Administratrix of the Street and Ontario Avenue. : ,
In Grove Park s (l
All lying and being
Estate of James Francis Cunningham
i "He won't try to analyze whyI deceased. as per plat recorded (In Plat Book 6, A A ,

am driving a truck," she said. 164.DATED this 22nd day of July. A. D.. "A"of Alachua page County 5 of the, Florida.Public Records t it :

"But every day I'm on the roadI THELMA JORDAN ,I BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS ; Mif 1 1 .
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to in by James Francis Cunningham, ] COUNTYFLORIDA I I 1tl
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Hope to Find New Oil Field in FloridaFELDA Flood Fund Boosted Control I New AP Rogero EvidenceTAMPA


The govern I income taxes: during thost

ment continues, introducing evidence years. Crown testified that r
'(AP-A $50,000 a -(12,860 feet and found a trace oil I:day and the pumper brought in. 'verglades. It has 13 pumps, rights. However, sales reported WASHINGTON (AP-An) extra today in the income tax Rogero told him he paid .$12-

day pumping rig was scheduledto oil. D. J. Monroe, a company I Mack Frederick foreman at producing 1,950 barrels a day, Wednesday averaged $15 an $1 million has been addedto 075 on his home in 1956 and
and has been in since for the 18- evasion trial of former State
entrailsof operation the
at the budget figure
sucking
begin for full in
mineral $28,428
geologist, believed the samples the second well, said it would acres rights. 1957.
1943. A well must produce 100 Road Board member Al :
Florida's cattle country todayin county Central and South Flor- Rogero
indicated an oil field nearby.So take about two days of pumpingto During this time, Crownsaid
oil field. barrels to meet costs. of Clean ater.
search of a new a day *
voted .
ida Flood Control District I
find out whether they'vestruck Rogero told him he paid
the new well drilled Folklore: If a girl sits on a taMe I
Samples of a salt water and was oil rich enough to produce Felda, about 25 miles east of by the House. Clearwater accountant Wil-: $11,056 in personal insurance

oil solution found at 11,485 feet about a mile and a half from a profit. Fort Myers, is excited about she won't find a husband iam E. Crown Jr., spent his *rH, the first the of The addition made by
.one on property was
last week left Sun Oil officials the oil company's optimism.One within the year. If a young third consecutive day on the 1956. 5
the Red Cattle Co. ranch, located Florida's land formation has the Senate Appropriations Committee I
optimistic. They imported the stand
expensive rig from Mississippito in the open, palmetto-scrub convinced geologists that oil is Hendry County Commissioner -lady hangs a cabbage stump Wednesday, boosting the about Rogero's Wednesday finances testifying
country just north of the Ever underneath, and oil companieshave who asked that his name during
find out what's down there.In over her door on Halloween, total to million. I the 1956 57 and The
$14.5 silver
years 1958. present content of
glades. After 35 days, the drilling roamed the state for years not be used, said investors were II

April, Sun Oil sunk a well was stopped last Wednes- searching for oil. offering land owners $50 an acre she'll wed the first man who Other Florida appropriations I The government has chargedthat the the silver metal dollar is worth $1 in
market for the first
i. .I for one-quarter of the mineral enters. remained : '
I unchanged. Rogero evaded
$167,000 in
The only producing field in time since 1920.

i the state' is Sunniland, about 25 1

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NOTICE OF TAX SALE
I Notice is hereby given that on the 17th
,day of August. 1964 at the Micanopy Public
Town of Micanopy.. County
Library.
of Alachua' State of Florida, at 10 a.m..
llJ tax sale certificates will be sold on the
A ?fA 1Ij I following described land to pay the \
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the same, together with all costs of
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Lot 50 M & Sally Danley 2.06
:Lot 70 GradY Graham %.06
KENTUCKY Payne ADD PB A.31
,NV4 of Lot 44 C & Wilhelmina
Bradley 2.M
GENTLEMAN Stoughton ADD PB A.31M
256 Ft of w 170 ft of A tract
Lying S of Lot 83 & E of the StreetG.
3 L Franklin 2.06
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Lot 23 7 N Vi of Lot 22 Lest R w &
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Orthodox Church Stems From Catholic Schism


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This Is the first of two articles considers Orthodoxy as "sepa In ritual and i
practices the ((5)) Celibacy Is obligatory for -
on "What is a Greek ated," not "heretical.) differences i tE
following exist between Roman Catholic deacons,

continuing Orthodox," series part of on the"What Sun's A1 WHAT OUR the Eastern Orthodoxand priests and bishops (though About the Author 1
the Roman
Catholic there are certain exceptions). 4
Our Are.
Religions What are the main doc churches: Orthodoxy requires celibacy Arthur Douropulos is director of the office of J

By ARTHUR DOUROPULOS dox trines Church of the? Eastern Ortho- $ (1)) The Eastern Orthodox among bishops only. i information of the Greek Archdiocese of North and

Church does not subscribe to ((6)) Roman Catholics cele-! South America. !;
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Orthodoxy believes that Godis the custom, traditionally prac- brate the sacrament of bap-' Mr. Douropulos was the representative of the I
one in substance and a Trinity ?W ticed by the Popes of tism Greek Archdiocese of North and South America in
What is the Greek Orthodox RELIGIONS ARE grant- by pouring water on the
in the first official pilgrimage of the Greek Ecumenical -' I
Orthodoxy
persons.
Church? worships ing indulgences on the groundsthat head of the baptized person. In
one God in the Trinity the head of the church the Orthodox Church, the bap- Patriarchate of Constantinople in Istanbul. He i
The Greek Orthodox Church and in is the English editor of The Orthodox Observer, of- 1
e.Trinity. unity, nei- has authority to transfer to tismal rite is performed by a
considers itself to be the one, uier comusmg me persons nor others the surplus good worksof triple immersion into water. ficial publication of the Greek Archdiocese of North 1 I
holy, catholic and apostolic i I I and South America. !
dividing the substance.
Christ the Blessed I'
,
Son" (a doctrine known as the"filioque" doxy does not accept. The Virgin I
Church, founded by Jesus ((7)) The Roman Catholic
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clause), as well a )rthodoxy hold that Christ the saints.
Orthodoxy holds the only
creation
Christ in the of His death, Church uses unleavened breadin
33 A.D.It year to be the work of the blessed from the Father. Eastern Orthodoxy as conceived and born without -'I ((2)) Roman Catholicism does Holy Communion. The Holy liturgy (which is the equivalent, translations for the various ethnic

Trinity and believes the world believes that the hol) original sin that the Virgin i not grant divorce. Eastern .Eucharist of the Eastern Ortho-I.in Orthodoxy, of a Mass) on languages. I

is holy because its founder i is neither self-created nor bas spirit proceeds only "from the: Vlary was cleansed of it on Anmnciation Orthodoxy issues ecclesiastical dox Church is given with a one day. *

Jesus Christ, is holy. It is 1 it existed from eternity, it Is, Father." Day. II divorces under certain circum- leavened bread, as occurred in I I Do Eastern Orthodox make I

catholic because the whole the product of the wisdom, the ((2)) Roman Catholicism affirms (4)) The Roman Catholic dog- stances. the Last Supper. What language is used in the sign of the cross differently i

world is considered its province, power and the will of one God the existence of a purg na that the body of the Virgin I ((3)) In the Roman Catholic Orthodox Church services? from Roman Catholics? j

and because it is universal in in Trinity. God the Father Is atory, in addition to a heaver Mary "was taken up into hea- Church, Holy Communion is ((8)) The Roman Catholic the of! Roman Catholics make the I

time and place. It is apostolic the prime cause of the creation, and a hell. Eastern Orthodoxy" ven" (declared by Pope Pius not given until the age of 12. Church serves the holy bread the: Originally Orthodox, language the:sign of the cross with open |

because it was established on God the Son perfected the crea does not accept the idea of a XII) is not subscribed to by.In the Eastern Orthodox and the holy wine, symbolizing Greek of the liturgy was I palm from left to right. East- i I

earth by the apostles of Christ. lion, and God the Holy Ghost purgatory, though it does believe Eastern Orthodoxy, which does I Church, the Holy Eucharist the body and blood of Christ, to closer to modern gospels than, a to form class"em Orthodox communicants j I

"Orthodox" means "true be- gives it life. in an intermediate state not believe in such a physical may be partaken after birth. the: clergy only. In the Eastern ical Greek. Later, early church cross themselves from right to t
between heaven and hell where I Orthodox Church, both clergy left with the thumb, rand
forefinger
assumption. (4)) In the Roman Catholic
lief from the Greek
words The Orthodox believe that and fathers made translations of the
of both.
orthe and doxa. our Lord Jesus Christ while souls experience a foretaste of ((5) Orthodoxy does not rec- Church, chrismation (the an- laity partake gospels for ethnic Orthodox middle finger closed together

truly God, begotten of the, same the bliss or the punishment that ognize the saints canonized by ointment with holy oil) is prac- (9)) A Roman Catholic groups. Today, each Eastern: (to represent the Holy
will theirs. .
substance as the Father and eventually be the Catholic Church after the ticed from the ages of 7 to 11. priest may receive permissionto body uses the national lang Trinity)

Is the Greek Ortho dox consubstantial with Him, is ((3)) The Roman Catholic Schism of 1054 unless these The Eastern Orthodox Church celebrate several Masses on uage in the services and rites I' NEXT: Part II, "What is a

Church the same as the East. also truly a man in every re- Church believes in the Immac- saints have also been proclaimed gives chrismation at the bap- the same day and on the same 'of the church. In the United I.. Greek Orthodox."

era Orthodox Church? spect except sin. The denial of ulate Conception of the Virgin, by Eastern Orthodox tismal ceremony, usually of in- altar. An Eastern Orthodox States, there is a growing ten-.
Yes. The term "Greek Ortha- His humanity would constitute a doctrine which Eastern Orth- synods. fants. priest_may_celebrate only one dency to substitute English' : and Broadcasting Inc.)

a denial of His
dox" is historically correct; the _. u___ _. .. incarnation and
01 our
salvatIon.
early Scriptures were writtenin

Greek, and Christianity orig-
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through Greek culture and tra What is the basic creed of -

ditions. the Orthodox Church?

For centuries the various national The official creed accepted
bodies of the
Orthodox
by Orthodoxy, formulated and ,
Church retained 1 the word"Greek" the po y
adopted by First Ecumenical -
as part of their titles; Council
of Nicaea ((325A.
some still do; but with the rise D.
) and the Second Ecu-
of nationalism the tendency menical Council of Constanti-!
has been to the vY:
use national i71y
nople ((381 A. D.), is generally : 4F.
name, as in the Albanian Orthodox -known as the Nicaean Creed did

Church, the Bulgarian Or- It t reads as follows: 1E Why you
thodox Church and so on.
"I believe in one God, the _
As a group, the Orthodox
Father Almighty, maker of
Churches are now generally heaven and earth and of all
known as the Eastern Orthodox ? :
things visible and invisible pick us t.
Church. All Eastern Or- and in one Lord Jesus Christ; ___ ..
thodox bodies in full
are com-
the only begotten Son of God,
munion with each other ,
; they
begotten of His Father before
hold the same beliefs and ob-
'II
all ages: light of light very :f&Wi ; ;
serve the same rituals. ': "
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God of God '
very begotten, not :
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made, consubstantial with the ; J
How were the various branch.
es of the Eastern Orthodox Father, by Whom all things I Twt }::.Jr.... #4.First
were made, Who for all men
Church established?
and for our salvation
In two ways: ((1) By the apostles came : I. $
down from heaven, and was incarnate -
"of Jesus Christ; and (2)by ;

missionaries of these first by the Holy Ghost of I !: .>:.......<..,.... ., ..
the Virgin and .Lec1era ;
churches. The four original Pat i Mary, was t Iic :: ,,* .,,.=t.,,i,.,.. 4.t\..
riarchates of the Church are in made man; and was crucified +[ S&Loan :: \. .'1,:.::"::ifV..;.:,,,:.::::::.:,::.:.., ::
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also for us under Pontius + ', GSM f ,
eociatloauC + .
Constantinople (Istanbul), in Pilate. He suffered and r'dyNAst; gc.7ay.Ul. S'.,. .lr":
Alexandria, in Antioch, and in was.
..
Jerusalem. These churcheswere buried; and the third day He \ '..Y..
arose again according to the : .
established by the &
_
apos- Scriptures, and ascended into 4
tles Andrew, Mark, Paul and \
heaven and sitteth on the right : >
Peter and James respectively. {:
The Church of Cyprus estab- hand of the Father. And He ?

lished by the apostles Paul hall come again with glory to . ., 1 r....
judge both the quick and the
1
and Barnabas, is also considered -
dead, whose kingdom shall
an original church.
To the second class belongthe have no end. w ;
"And I believe in the g
Holy tli
national churches of Albania 6 !
Ghost, the Lord and giver of
Bulgaria, Finland, Greece,
life
Poland, Rumania, Russia, and who proceedeth from the : ; .gry. :
others. Father, who with the Father /
and and Son together is wor

shiped and glorified and who

Does the Eastern Orthodox spoke by the prophets."I ( Kept hearing And yourdividend But for me
believe in one, holy, cath- ,
Church as a whole have one
olic and apostolic church; I
head? compliments, record Federal
agency
acknowledge baptism for
No, not in the sense that the one
the remission of sins. I look for
rope is the head of the Roman like being impressed
Catholic Church. Each Or- the resurrection of the dead, me. insurance is a J

thodox Church is independently come.and for" the life of the ages to Gainesville's largest 57 times in a row must. .

administered by a Council of
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Bishops The Patriarch, called a of synod.Constantinople What are the Sacraments k.r' association! is hard to beat! that clinched it!

oldest of the Patriarchates, or "mysteria" recognized by F
the Orthodox Church? a .
is known as "the first among
equals" and is generally regarded Orthodoxy recognizes seven
sacraments: baptism, chrisma-
as the spiritual leaderof
world Orthodoxy. At present tion, holy eucharist (or com- f ,
munion), confession, ordina-
His Holiness AthenagorasI
Archbishop of Constantinople, tion, marriage and holy unc-
tion. All but ordination and
New Rome and Ecumenical Pat ..' ..
riarch holds this position. (From marriage are obligatory. '
Chrismation is the anoint-
r 1931 to 1943 he served as Greek
't Orthodox Archbishop of the ment of the baptized with holy
oils. It symbolizes a confirmation : i
Americas.) .::.: 6
in the faith. In the Orthodox
When the
Papacy was first ':

., another founded,patriarch.the Pope was in effect ministered Church:immediately chrismation follow-is ad- C ,< ? : :: ,. 1 4 : .4

ing the traditional baptism of f.

i i: Was the Eastern Orthodox infants, children, or, in rare < .

(. Church ever the same as the, cases, adults. ..:;: tt:.::. : ;::-::.
*
Roman Catholic Church?

Yes, for over 1,000 years. In': Are Roman Catholicismand "" '*

1054 A. D. the united Church I Eastern Orthodoxy more .i. : "
of Christ: finally divided into I alike than different in their ...,. :::::::?; J{."

Eastern and Western segments. beliefs?

This break, known as the great. Yes. Actually the basic

schism had been building up tenets of both bear the sanc-

for centuries; it contained both tion of the same seven ecu- ,

1 r political and ecclesiasti c a 1 menical councils the last of

, roots. which took place in 787 A. D.,

Politically, the Eastern emperors when the Eastern and Western C
r.
had for centuries supported branches of Christianity were

ed Patriarchs, while the em- still united. '
There lots of other
perors of Rom gave supportto are reasons why people

the Popes. Gradually, ecclesiastical What, then, are the maindifferences pick First Federal: the extra protection of
differences also arose today between the

as the Patriarchs of the East Eastern Orthodox Church more than $30 million in assets; free park- F :

\ exercised a growing independence and the Roman Catholic l-rst federal
I that denied the authority 1, Church? ing at both offices, drive-up window at the

, of the Pope. There are differences of ad- 13th Street Branch; free save-by-mail plan,
I The Western Church of Rome ministration, of doctrine and of savings & loan association
became known as R o m a n Ca practice. Most important in the too. Nearly 4 the people in Gainesville do

th lic. The Church of Constan- first[ category is the refusal of 0 t Gainesville
business with us. We're sure will (
tinople, the site of ancient Byzantium the Eastern Orthodox Churchto you agree -& '

l. has since been called : accept the concentration of we are the best place for your money. : ** MEMBER. FEDERAL SAYINGS

the Greek or Eastern Orthodox the Church in one person a
& LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION .
Church. person, moreover, considered : aIT" 1
, The Eastern Church has always infallible, as Roman Catholics FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM

,i maintained that it was consider the Pope. The Orthodox SAVINGS INSURED SAFE
the Roman Catholic Churchwhich Church considers as infal- 249 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. AT 3RD

I .drew" apart from the or lible only the Church as a by an agency of the U. S. Government 4i% N. W. 13TH ST. AND 6TH AVE.r .

Iginal '.Christian Church. The whole.In attar AMU
t Eastern Orthodox Church considers doctrine, the Eastern pm,'. fR6-7.5S1

4 -itself the continuation of'Orthodox Church differs from

, the original and true Church Roman Catholicism in the following emu
: of Christ. The Roman CatholicChurch : ,

t on the other hand, considers ((1)) The Roman Catholic
-
, that the Eastern Churchseparated Church holds that the holy

!. 1 from it. (Catholicism spirit proceeds "and from the

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i Mrs. Kite Is Delegate AU local Nayy* Marine .

Ill DID ED f Mrs. David Kite will attend members. r Coast Guard mothers are invit-

$ F ono the National Navy Mothers, The Navy Mothers Club was I I ed to attend.
; Convention to be held in Dal founded by Mrs. Emma Jones
I 40 BED CAPACITY
0.,- --- ,\ las, Texas, August 8 through15th. in 1930, in McAllen, Texas. I NURSING HOME
The convention convenes The next Navy Mothers Club I

. ...' TODAY, August 6 plimenting Miss Mary Marguerite Rehearsal dinner honoring THE fflflllLy f y yRuth I every two years and has a meeting is slated for August 7,' STARKE NOW NURSING OPEN HOME,
Miscellaneous shower complimenting Gracy, bride-elect of Buckler Huguley wedding 'membership more than 550 at the Naval Reserve Training INC.
s Miss Ada Smith, James George Feiber Jr., 1 party and out of town guests, clubs with a total of 25,000 club Center. j (01 S. ColUy Rd., Stirkt. Ph. NM271
I bride elect of Harley Gilmore p. m., Mrs. Sam Ham and 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn Mr. II'
I 7:30 p.m., SW 34th Mrs. David Cofrin, Gaines- and Mrs. J. W. Huguley Jr. Weimer Women's Editor
Street. ville Golf and Country Club. Bridesmaids luncheon complimenting I I

.". Luncheon honoring Miss FRIDAY, August 7, Miss Jane Han- Bridesmaids FetedAt 1i -
: Jane Hannon bride elect of Rehearsal dinner honoring non Allison, bride Adkinson- elect Jr.of, 12:30 James p. ttMtt$4f;/ttlMff tt I IA.
James Allison ,
Adkinson, Mrs. Gracy-Feiber wedding party m., Miss June Dixon of Lake
H. M. de Tamble and Mrs. following rehearsal at 6 p.m.
bride Hotel
Wales, aunt of the ,
Raymond C. Bender, 1 p. m., at St. Augustine Chapel, Mrs. Thomas. LuncheonMiss F')
Tower House.Bridesmaids. James G. Feiber and Thomas Rehearsal dinner for Han-
luncheon com- Feiber, Holiday Inn. .
Adkinson wedding
non par-
ty, 8 p. m., Mr. and Mrs. Saundra Buckler, fiancee ., Brassfield of Las Vegas, her
I James A. Adkinson Sr. of Or- of James W. Huguley III, sister, Miss Gloria Buckler;
SAVE MORE Il i lando, Holiday Inn. and her bridal attendants were, Mrs. J. W. Huguley Sr., grand- ,
honoring Miss honored with a luncheon Mon- mother of the bridegroom-elect;
Reception
12 Nancy Calvert Pepper, bride- ,.day afternoon by Mrs. J. C. his mother, Mrs. J. W. Hugu- li 1sf
( 1\ THAN elect of John Rudolph Cars- Adkins, who entertained at the ley Jr., and sister, Miss Joanne
well II, Mr. and Mrs. Grier Holiday Inn. Huguley.

I SAVE $5-$7-$11 Kirkpatrick, 5 to 7 p. m., The centerpiece for the lunch-
Ladies' Famous Name Brands Gainesville Golf and Country table all-white Also Miss Carol Moore, Miss a
eon was an i
i Values up to $12.95 Club. tulle flower decked tree and Sharon Goeller, Miss Nancy

1i\1\ \ DRESS HEELSSizes Buckler Rehearsal- Huguley dinner honoring wedding white tapers. Each place was Willingham mona Huguley, and and little Little Miss Miss Ra-
marked with a nosegay of flow-
\ 3-$4 party, 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn, ers and tulle. Gail Barkley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Huguley t+x
HIGH \ 4 to 10 During the afternoon, the Friday evening, the bride- CA
MED.. Jr.Rehearsal dinner honoring bride-to-be presented her atten- groom's parents will entertain .
LOW N'. =::":: = $5 their daughter, Miss Patricia dants with gifts of silver. with the rehearsal dinner hon
STACKED Widths From and Ann Gale and her fiancee, Ed- Guests included the honoree, oring their son and Miss Buck- ;
HEELS. AAAA to B win Dewitt Cossaboom Jr., her grandmother, Mrs. Reynolds ler following the rehearsal at
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Gale, Buckler of LaHabra, 6:30: p.m. The affair will take
SAVE $2 $3 $4 SPECIAL'GROUP 3726 NW 36th Street. Calif.; her aunt, Mrs. Donald place at the Holiday Inn.
Ladies' and Teens'
Children's SHOES Buffet supper complimenting I
Miss Nancy Calvert Pep-
FLATS per, bride-elect of John Ru-
,
dolph Carswell II of Hazelwood -
N. C., 7 p.m., Mr. and ) J etmk
i 16p
133 Mrs. Harry Duncan at their
''RS home, 2620 SW Eighth Drive,
Kirkwood. K
Values to $5.95 $3.00 $ n r; D
Sizes 4 to 10 I'I SATURDAY, AUGUST 8 ; . .
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Noegel have chosen the name, Re-
.. i Bridesmaids luncheon com-
becca Lynn, for their daughter, born July 29 at Alachua
Jo
Miss Peggy
JUST Ladies'ARRIVED and- New Fall Norris plimenting, bride elect of Ran- General Hospital.Mrs. Majestic styling sets the"Skyline"solitaire apart from all others. 14K........... $195

Teens'r dall Scott Dampier of Waverly Noegel is the former Miss Rene Livingston, daughterof B. Splendid diamond highlighted in "Miracle Top" solitaire, 14K gold.._..... $150

Mrs. Lacy L. Doke, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Noegel. The baby's paternal grand- > C. Distinctive 6-prong diamond solitaire set in rich 14K gold........................... $295
/ W. E. Cellon, Mrs. Ralph Cel- : parents are Mrs. Dan Price of Starke and RoSwell Noegelof
NEW FALL PATTERNS AND COLORSContinental lon and Mrs. Hugh ColsonJr. Orlando. 'f D. Diamond elegance in this petite 4-prong solitaire, 14K gold................... $250NO
and Penny Loafer Styles i ., home of Mrs. W. E. Cel-
Sixes 4 to 10 AA-B Widths lon, Route three, 12:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Valk of Daytona Beach and for- MONEY DOWN CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLEOPEN
Wedding of Miss Harriet merly of Gainesville, announce the birth of a daughter,
$366ond $499 ; Jane Hannon to James Alli- Anne Marie Valk on August 1 in Daytona. Mrs. Valk was AN ACCOUNT TODAY s'',... '
son Adkinson Jr., 8 p. m., the former Judy Carlton. Illustrations enlarged to show detail t'

VALUES UP TO $8.95Men's First Methodist Church. Re- The baby is the paternal grandchild of Dr. and Mrs. Mel- .plus tax
ception following ceremony at 12 E. University Avenue
the Holiday Inn. vin E. Valk of Gainesville and the maternal granddaughter I.pric. I.

Canvas $400Fair Wedding of Miss Rebecca I of Mrs. Marjorie Pickerell of ,West Palm Beach.
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DECK SHOES Jean Wanninger to Jesse Al-
len Hunt, North Central Baptist -
Church, 7:30 p. m. AboutPeople MM
SPECIAL GROUP WELLINGTONand I Wedding of Miss Saundra +
Lee Buckler to James Wil-
MEN'S SHOESSome ENGINEERS liam Huguley III, First Bap-
tist Church, 4 p.m.
Listed As High BOOTS Buffet luncheon honoring 7 t
As $19.95 and out of !
wedding party
j Among the recent arrivalsat
$060 for the
town guests Gracy- the Cloister, Sea Island,
$500Polr Feiber wedding noon, Mr.
Ga., is Mrs. George Lee
and Mrs. S. J. Adkins, Mr. Crutcher, who will spend sev- -:. fI
and Mrs. Walter Beisler, Dr. .
eral
there.
PRICES GOOD THROUGH SAT.USE and Mrs. Walter E. Murphree days* I I
Dr. and Mrs. David Stry- Dr. and Mrs. Winston W. I'r
ker, Mr. and Mrs. WilliamB.
Little have as their house- :
Watson Jr., GainesvilleGolf guests the latter's sister, Mrs.E. .
and Country Club. J. Price, Mr. Price, and ,M N /
Wedding of Miss Mary their children, Mary Martha, 'v 6Z.i
Marguerite Gracy to James Lindy Anne and Jimmy, who ARRIVEDDRESSES
George Feiber Jr., 5 p.m., arrived Wednesday.The JUST
CENTRAL CHARGE AND LAY-AWAY St. Augustine Chapel. Reception -
Open Mon. thru Sat. 9 a.m. 'til 9 p.m. following at the home of two families will make .f 4: Girls'Back'toSchool 'l'f.f' .
to the beach and near- r;
trips
915 N. MAIN ST. IN pf gDC FAIR the bride's parents, 314 NE lij. r. "
sH 4th Avenue. by spots during their week'sstay. -.ya 1 i'
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.J, 1J 1.45205.W.. 2nd Are. Mrs. I. Fruchtman will
have as her guests for a
-II; tv'- (At R.R. Tracks) > rt I ,1
week her son, Dr. Efrim fs s r. ,lijl sl'd97 i
Fruchtman, Mrs. Frucht-
Sizes 3 to 6X L
man, and their young daughter 1 .' y ', f
Rebecca, of Tucson, Ariz. a
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The Fruchtmans, who are 2.49 fi
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Emergency Canned Foods I Shop Carefully During- Summer Sales hostess NewcomersMrs.. Clarence when the Meyers Gaingif>at

The summer sale season is I items are seconds 'or irregulars.Be the purpose. iery, underwear, and lingerie on I Newcomers Club met recentj"-
: now in full swing, and few sure that whatever keeps Are you one of those shopperswho sale. *"I Mrs. Thomas Cochran was g
FailureThis women can resist what they them from selling at the regu- clothes new member welcomed, and
Answer to Power think is a bargain. lar price doesn't matter to you. invariably buys on Brown ChickenIf I guests were Mrs. Lola Chilsonand
:sale, and then never wears .
Mrs. Donald Bailey.A
However, it is wise to remem- you want to brown chick.en
To help decide if the arti- them? To steel yourself against is slated for
family picnic
ber in few
that even at a sale the best just a tablespoonsof
Is the season of sun and I another hospital which had been 'cent or better recoverable and cle is wise buy, be sure
really a
buy for you will have the qualities unwise buying, keep in mind butter or olive oil (or a Sunday at 12:30 p. m. at Key-
in knocked out of commission also usable.
water of informal living sea- to study the labels and hang
side cottages mountain lodges were brought to her care. "Canned foods, in a national you want at the price tags before you make a pur:what clothes you already have mixture of the two) use a stone Heights. Those planningto
attend should contact Mrs.
and lakeside tents of picnics, With the babies overflowing emergency, are indispensable." you are prepared to pay. chase. that are wearable and what ad- heavy skillet and low heat;
cookouts and clambakes.But the wards and the injured overflowing Home economists with the ,ditions would be an asset to allow plenty of time! Elmer J. Jarrett.
the homemaker cannot ret the corridors, Mrs. Tag- Ed Fortier, Anchorage news- Florida Agricultural Extension Will the garment may be I wardrobe. Bridge prize was won by
Frying Apples
lax completely. She must still gart; did not lose her head; she paperman, reported on those Service advise the consumer to greatly reduced from its origi your I Mrs. C. C. Montgomery and
I t I shop carefully at a sale. Ex- nal price. A good rule to follow Ever use bacon drippings I II canasta prize by Mrs. Donald
this
; keep a 24-hour eye open for fell back on her supply of can- disaster days in way: I You can usually save by buy-
emergencies. special summertime ned foods like any foresightedwife "Short of war, I doubt if amine sale articles carefully.You is select the top quality for the I as the fat when you are fry-j Bailey. Mrs. Donald McKenna
, emergencies or storms or mother. metal cans and canned foods will find that often sale money and the right quality for :ing such clothing staples as hosI ing apples? received the door prize.

during the hurricane season.A "We just opened cans of will get a greater test." s.:..
serious situation can result juices, milk canned fruits and Fortier said cans not only fed
I from power failure which in vegetables," she said simply. the populace when other con-
our mechanical civilization, will "Everything went smoothly." tainers and fresh foods were
put refrigerators and stoves tot- spoiled beyond use but cartonsof WAft .MoRE: 'FOR; YOU-R MONEY? KEEP' YOUR 'EYE :O N' 'G'RANJS
ally out of operation. William K. McBride, prominent canned foods were so strong -
Then hungry children and Seattle food broker, in a rec- they held up roofs in wrecked
adults turn to reserve cans of ent letter to the National Can- warehouses where steel beams ESN
vegetables, meats, fruits and ners Association, praised the collapsed. More than 80 per cent v
juices, safely sealed and always role played by canned foods in of the stored canned food was
ready. Thus supplied, any the Alaska ordeal: usable after the quake subsided.
I household can outlast any dis "Canned foods and the can Canned foods in America are
aster. opener were,the key to survivalfor still the most popular packaging. -I
A brave and resourceful woman thousands of Alaskans in the The canning industry produces COAT
in just this way recently meta first days following the catas- 26 billion pounds of food ANNUAL
catastrophe of'major' propor- trophic earthquake. annually, or about 150 poundsfor
tions the* Alaska. earthquake.* all"There for completely is still no processed substitute or at' every person in the country..

Mrs. Mary Taggart was con- cooked foods in a hermetically i
fronted with the task of feedinga sealed steel container in the' Tear Gas Gunsfor
record number of infants en- event of a real emergency. .
trusted to her hospital by dIs- "Most other foods were spoil- Pocket or Purse
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were wrecked. Hundreds of injured ings collapsed on food stores,I\ Rice-Grose Hardware
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Hunt Stepped Up for Slayers of Rights Workers; 'Break' Is RumoredJACKSON


Miss. (AP) -'|Washington do the talking" of arrests a gand jury would be dug out of an earthen watershed night, reportedly drove off toward believe in -and as soon as his from a pre-dawn call from the ner,22,widow of the other white
Federal and state authorities today said Roy K. Moore, who came asked to sift the evidence in the I embankment in a thickly wood- Meridian in their station little brother Ben gets old White House. civil rights worker, said she felt
intensified their search for to Mississippi less than a month case and make indictments as It ed region, infested with poisonous wagon and were never heard enough he'll take James' place "Our pity-"pity for anyone so frightened -
the killers of the three civil from again. The charred hulkof I grief, though personal,
rights workers whose bodies ago to head the FBI's expanded saw fit. snakes, near Philadelphia, their vehicle was located two as a civil rights worker" said belongs to our nation," said the so afraid, so full of
were discovered after a pains- operations in the state. A pathological report from the Miss., late Tuesday. days afterwards 20 miles from the mother of Chaney. Her otherson elder Goodman at his New York hatred themselves, that the only
taking 44-day search. There was another report University of Mississippi Medical Andrew Goodman, 20, and Michael the spot where the bodies were is 12. home. "This tragedy is not pri action they can take is to lash
which also drew a no comment Center here said all three found. vate. It is a part of the public out."
The state was rife with ru- I Schwerner, 24, both white Mr. and Mrs. Robert Good-
from authorities that instead "My boy died a martyr for conscience of our country."
shot to death. The bullets man learned that one of the j;
mors that arrests were immi- were New Yorkers, were positively he She vowed to continue in civil
believed
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nent but the FBI would neither l RELATED STORY J were recovered, it was reported. -!identified, the FBI said. The something bodies was their son, Andy,[L In Washington, Rita Schwer- rights work "as long as I live." t j
confirm nor deny the report. !third body was certain to be I
"I'll let my superiors in T The decomposed bodies were James Chaney, 22, Meridian Ne- Food Riots I "
gro who had accompanied MEN'S SHOP- I!
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I Dick Gregory Claims He Has EvidenceHONOLULU I i
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dian on June 21. and 33 wounded in food price)!
(AP-Negro) comedian rights movement, said he has a The performer, who is enter- riots at Ahmedabad, capital of
Dick Gregory said today tape recording that contains the taining at a Honolulu night Arrested on a speeding Gujarat State in western India.
he handed the FBI a letter names of the killers of Michael club, called a news conference charge, the trio spent six hours Officials said police fired on
pinpointing the location of the Schwerner, 24, Andrew Good- early today in which he made in jail at Philadelphia-A sleepy a mob of 6,000 demonstrating
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For Golf GamePackages MIKE RATHET belted Boston 6-1 and Cleveland against the Yankees with Nel- touched only for an unearned

Associated Press Sports Writer walloped Washington 9-0. son Mathews hitting a grand run. I

Lee allowed only one hit and slam homer and Rocky Colavito Consecutive
and letters, containing almost anything one can Dean Chance, who shares his
struck four the final in three with 4-
out over driving runs a
Oliva and Killebrew hit
imagine, seem to turn up at a newspaper office each day. escapades with Bo Belinsky, Tony
three innings after Chance, who for-4 performance, including his consecutive homers in the first
in all sizes and shapes. now has hooked onto a guy to
They come
the for 12-5 record 26th homer. Colavito is hitting
share his shutouts. got victory a now inning and Bernie Allen con- I

Take for instance the average looking, little package that "" kept the Orioles scoreless for .500 against the Yankees in nected in the second inning for

found its way to the sports desk yesterday. It looked harmless ....,.-.........-- L w2. i2Flt Chance the mound usually but needed works a aloneon collaborator six innings despite allowing 11 games this season. I the Twins and that was more

and was gazed upon totally without apprehension.Off LEAD TEAMS WITH HOMERSJoe Wednesday night and eight hits. The Orioles stranded Orlando Pena, 9-10, got the than enough for Camilo Pascual. -

10 runners, including two eachin victory allowing the Yankees'lone Pascual 11-8 with his first
came the wraps. Pepitone (L), Dick McAuliffe found rookie Bob Lee a willing ,
the second sixth in-
through Joe homer since 11 allowed
accomplice as the two combined run on Pepitone's victory July ,

Inside was a round metal container labeled Par Spray and I efforts in the Los Angels' 1-0 nings. in the seventh. Al Downing, only three hits, one a homer by

No Hook and No Slice. But it was much too small for a golf 'I shutout over the pennant-hope Only Run j jThe I 8-4, was the loser. Carl Yastrzemski.

club, bag, glove, cap or even ball Curiosity that killed the I ful Baltimore Orioles. Angels scored the game's: The Tigers beat the White Sox Chico Salmon and Leon Wag- 1

cat almost got a sports writer. It was the Angels second successive only run in the third on Lennie I and Juan Pizarro, 14-6, when ner hit back to back homers in

But peering a little more into the box produced a letter from I shutout against the Orioles Green's double and a single by i I Don Wert led off the 13th with a the fourth inning, powering the

the manufacturer Gunderson Golf Equipment Co. of Lake their ninth in the last Jim Fregosi, tagging rookie single and Dick McAuliffe followed -Indians to their victory over the

Worth-with the information so desperately needed. I month and their 18th of the season Wally Bunker, 12-3, with his, with his 20th homer. Pi Senators. Lee Stange and Gary
first defeat mid-June. who allowed Bell combined for the shutout
tops in the American since I zarro, only seven ,

-Something New !I League. And Chance and Lee The A's got the job done hits, had previously been allowing seven hits.

I have had their hands in an even I

It began, "Enclosed Is a sample of an entirely new productfor dozen. I

golf." I already knew that. -1 Thursday, August C 1964 i Six ShutoutsLee Mets AP That
I Deny Report
___.__ who got to be a reliever
that this material
The letter went on to explain was a you
with the Angels because hedidn't
spray on the head of a golf club and ball to control hooks and
L be reliever with
want to a
likes double of the weekend duffer. .
a enemy -
Pittsburgh, now has shared six Is His Out

Sounds wonderful, but how? shutouts with his Angel team- Stengel on Way

Suns Win Two mates. He pitched scoreless ball
The spray is supposed to eliminate air friction, thus lessenIng for 23 1-3 innings over a 10- II i II

the chance of slicing and hooking. It also is designed to do stretch and lowered his By JOE REICHLER4/ ome involved let them know what I al

away with wind drift when hitting into a crosswind. game earned run average to a brilliant -: NEW YORK (AP) The New short meeting Wednesday."I believed and what I will
in the privacy of to believe he said.
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Funny, but I always thought the grip, stance and swing had But Still Don'tGain 1.58. York Mets denied today an Associated :before the game all I can do."

something to do with the flight of one's ball. A 26-year-old right-hander, Press report that they -

Lee was in the Pirate farm system concerning I _.. I .
had made a decision -'IIiIIi =.
,-Try It Out until he balked at being a ". I
return as manager -
Casey Stengel's ]
IL GroundBY reliever. He became a starter

While this new product was being examined, Sun City Editor after taking a cut in salary -' in 1965. Giants LEvI"S'1L: :

Clif Cormier walked up. He offered to try it out, claiminghe and during spring training was And the San Francisco that Al-!

was well acquainted with those nasty slices and hooks. THE ASSOCIATED PRESf I ;ixth proved to be the winning sold to the Angels for $25,000. were mum on the report dismissed '
11ll1. The defeat didn't cost the Orioles vin Dark would be as 10 1&

So now we'll know. Clif promises a full report on his findIngs Syracuse had to win a in the pennant chase as all manager of their team. I IS

of a product that could revolutionize the golf game doubleheader to maintain its I' TONIGHT'S GAMES: three leading contenders lost for Casey's contract expires at !

much the same as the spitball d<*d in baseball. Or at least one game International Lea- the second night in a row. the end of this season. Dark's'

trim a few strokes off the scorecard.But gue lead over Jacksonville-because I Toronto (Anderson 3-9) at Scant Lead contract expires Sept. 1. !
'
even if Par Spray doesn't do what it's supposed to, the Suns were winning a Richmond (Brennaman 9-8)), The first-place New York I M. Donald Grant, chairman of i

It won't go to waste. Clif plans to use it as an insect repellentor pair, also.Syracuse. ,7:45 P. M. EDT. Yankees remained one percentage -: the Mets' board of directors,I Never Needs Ironing !

to spray in his opponents' eyes. beat last place At- Buffalo (Ricketts 7-8)) at point in front despite a 10-11 commenting on an AP report'

Personally, Im a bit skeptical. But there's an old saying, lanta 3-2 and 7-2, while Jack- Columbus (Francis 6-10), 8 beating by Kansas City and the: that Stengel and the Mets will i l .
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"Don't knock it until you've tried it." sonville stopped Rochester P. M. EST.Syracuse. third-place Chicago White Sox reach a parting of the ways at -

twice, 6-2 and 10-2 Wednesday (Faul 10-1)) at At- stayed a full game off the pace the end of the season, said: :i Choose Your Favorite Levi's

-Here And There night.In lanta (Williams 5-4)), 7:45 P. M. after a 3-1, 13-inning loss to De "No decision has been made.
From The Selection in G'Ville
other games, Columus di- EST. troit. There has been no discussion as i Largest

Bill Allen of Orlando came into his own last year on the vided a doubleheader with Buf- Rochester at Jacksonville, Elsewhere, Harmon Killebrewhit to whether or not Casey will return Beige Black Pewter or Burnt Olive

Professional Bowling Association tour. The left handed ace falo, winning the opener 9-0 7:30: P. M. EST. his 38th homer as MinnesotaNight next year. We will not discuss -, I

competed in 33 tournaments, pocketed a handsome $19, 157 and losing the nightcap 2-0, it until the end of the sea-: MEN'S SIZES 30-40 6.98

and averaged 201.952 per game. He outshone such veteran and Toronto edged Richmond son when Casey will come to' INSEAM 28-34 . . . .

stars as Don Carter, Ed Lubanski and Billy Golembiewski. 21. George Weiss (club president) !I
5.98
Bloop SingleA and tell him what his plans are:, STUDENT SIZES 26-30 . .
The Southwest Conference had a couple of baseball short-
Chico Fer- for next This has always
bloop single by year.
stops this past season who were anything but short. Darrell m- been the procedure." BOYS SIZES12 . . . 4.98
nandez drove in the
Hardy of Baylor stood a towering 6-7, and SMU's Tom Hill- winning I
for in the seventh Disturbed I I
run Syracuse Game Twilight Game
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Bruce Brubaker went the McAuhffe ss 51 1 McCraw ph 1 00 (I Kennedy 3b 4000 Davalillo cf 4110 status remains un-
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Terry: Barr and Jim Gibbons on offense. second game, picking up hIS F'izarrop 500 (I Sievers ph 1000 Stange p 3000 owner ,
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with his 10th Daniels .......... 0 :I 3 ) 0 0 Houston. j 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
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AP If the Ch? Stange, W, 5-11 .. 6 1-3 5 0 0 2 4
( ) vatching George Mira of Miami' Ron Cox drove in six runs on Mantilla 2b abrhbi 4000 Versalles ss abrhbl 4 1 1 0, Bell .............. 22-3 2 0 0 0 2 views in a Tuesday press con,
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solid favorites over the College orced to take it Y'trze'skl cf 3 1 1 10liva rt 4212 WP-Daniels. PB-Brumley. T-2:25. A [
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All-Stars in Friday night's gameat arm trouble. I Thomas rf 4020 Hall cl 4010
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Dick LeMay picked up his Totals 31131 Totals 32605 wiirl
National Football title
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last year by ball control foot few." triumph Minnesota ............... 221 000 lOx-4

ball, Bill Wade will be temptedto Pete Beathard of Southern backed by a 13-hit assault. E-Stuart, Rollins 2. DP-Minnesota 1.
Snapped Streak LOB-Boston 7. Minnesota 6.
limber up his arm with a few California is the likely No. 1 2B Pascual. 3B Rollins. HR-
bombs against the college boys. quarterback for the collegiansbut Columbus snapped a five Yastrzemskl (13), Oliva (23), Killebrew.
(38). Allen (6). SB-Yastnemskl. Oliva.Rolllns.
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problems he faces in the rugged action. Priddy's four hit pitching. Lamabe .... 2 2 1 1 1 2
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grudgingly last season to the Stars are primed for a busy runs with a home run and a 17,769.

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who resigned as head foot- Dayna Sarasota B'ch 13 13 233'1 22 .371 10V4 10 Redskin quarterback Sonny Jur- (AP) Jack Solo-
ball coat at Georgia at the end Yesterday's Results
gensen was benched Wednesday London fight

Dayton Beach 4, Tampa S mons, a promoter,
of last season, will be a part- Sarasota 4-3. Fort Lauderdale 2-2 for about two weeks with an in- said Wednesday that world welterweight -
time scout at Georgia Tech this Miami 4, St. Petersburg 2 Available At Fremaes
Orlando 2. Lakeland 1 jured knee but was expected to champion Emile Griffith -

year. Tech Athletic Director Dayton Beach Today's at Lakeland Games be fit for the National Football would defend his title

Bobby Dodd made the an- Orlando at Tampa League opener with Cleveland against Brian Curvis of Waleson 112 W. University Avenue Phone FR 6-5231 ..

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has had so notified the 20 club own- Milwaukee, who has been ership from anyone except Warren Giles of the National I
JM n-AYJNa irons. ID as ers by letter Tuesday night. counselor to the Major League newspaper reporters." He declined League said they would ask thatan
AMP OF CRAP COMING &01W want me to that is, until the five years. Judge Cannon was not im-I called in Chicago on Monday, f fi
TH&BEE:0AU.1-I17 BALL.*AN-FAKE? WHEN end of my term," he said. "If Second Half mediately reached for com-i I!to present recommendations to I Ia
rOR THE WORSE. they want me to stay around Cronin, who rose from the ment. joint meeting of the majors J Ji
and work with the new commis- ranks of player to manager to At the time of his election as,i league to consider procedure to J
r sioner for awhile, I'll be happyto club official to league president, commissioner, Frick was presi I be followed in selecting Frick's I
the do that too." was; elected president of the dent of the National League. 1!successor.
: told Speculation as to his succes- American League Jan. 31, 1959. I 1.- --- .;& ;:--------:. I
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all around Joe Cronin, presidentof |fond half of a seven-year term. Of cOne
of the American League; Sen.I In Washington, Sen. Keating FREE Extra
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Time Is EnemyIn s r o!. Ailing Willie Bangs Two Homers


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Pre-Season b.M 1 By HAL BOCK the best way he knew how Philadelphia wrapped it up with ball to preserve the victory. into the ninth but Jim Pagliaroni's -

Associated Press Sports Writer"I with his bat. two in the eighth. Eddie Mathews' two-run homer leadoff homer against Ron

z shouldn't be playing said Dark's position as managerwas 14th Homer his 15th of the year, starteda Perranoski tied it. After Dick

Camp: ShermanBy reportedly shaky following Bill White's 14th homer, a five-run Milwaukee spurt in Schofield singled, Bob Miller replaced -
Willie "I'm it
Mays. doing onlyto
racial remarks attributed to three-run shot, helped the Cardinals the eighth inning that gave the Perranoski and walked
help the manager." him which appeared in Long Is- trip the Cubs. Bob Hum- Braves their victory. Leo Car- Bob Bailey. Roberto Clemente'sbase

ARTHUR DALEY filled by Lou Slaby, a 248-pound- It's a cinch Willie wasn't land newspaper. Dark denied phreys, who relieved starter denas and Don Pavletich hom- hit scored Schofield from

Nrm ; er who looks slow and awkard r'dt doing it for the New York Mets. the quotes to reporters Tuesdayand Gordon Richardson in the sixth,I ered for the Reds. second winning it for the Pi
Unrk itttrS
but is neither. He has come The San Francisco Giants' then held a club meeting to hurled four innings of shutout The Dodgers nursed a 3-2 lead rates.AMERICA'S .

NEW YORK "Time is your along astonishingly well. explain his position to the players
star center fielder showed at
enemy in pre-season training "Winter will work his way up Wednesday.The .

camp," said Allie Sherman, back," said Allie. "In fact I've Shea Stadium Wednesday night power show whipped the

head phrase-maker and coachof been making a lot of line experiments k nursing a heavy cold and when Mets but didn't help the Giantsin

the football Giants. "There'sso on both offense and r Manager Alvin Dark made out the National League pennantrace. Rlun .

much to do and such little defense because I have so many ...;;, his line-up, Mays wasn't in it. Despite winning, San NN Yii
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time for doing it." good-looking young linemen t-1i :" -" 4.... d' Francisco fell two games back
But five
minutes before
If Allie's voice was sad, at well, I just wish I had time WILLIE MAYS time Willie decided game of the Philadelphia Phillies, who
The
to play.
least there was no despair in enough to test them all as thor- Played An'wayKnocked swept a twi-night doubleheaderfrom
Say-Hey Kid then clouted two
it even though things have not oughly as I'd like. Not only are Houston 4-1 and 2-1. St.
home runs his 30th and 31st
quite worked out in strict accordance -the linemen good but so are the of Louis topped Chicago 4-2, Mil-
the
Out andthe Giants
with the meticulously backs. The icing on the cake is season waukee downed Cincinnati 6-3 OLD :

detailed plans he had drawn up that both Alex Webster and WEST PALM BEACH (AP-' coasted to a 4-1 victory over the and Pittsburgh edged Los An- i 1ICKOEIylyu {
Mets.
last spring for his Eastern Hugh McLehenny are running Fort Pierce knocked Tallahassee geles 4-3 in other NL games. i c..rr

champions. He had skillfully strong again with no signs of out of the double elimina-i "To Help" First Homers o.ao.

patched up the line-up holes 'the injuries that hobbled them tion American Legion Junior The three homers were the I /

that had been caused by trades, last year. Baseball Tournament Tuesday] "These guys are trying to get ,'first hit by the Giants in Shea

retirement and knee operationsto Tougher than Ever night, 31. West Palm Beach defeated Dark fired," Mays said. "I've .Stadium this year.

front liners. But in the early "Cutting down the squad is Miami 9.3 in the second got to help the man." Mays Ron Herbel went the distancefor
.
scrimmages some patches be- !going to be tougher than ever game. came to his manager's defenseNight San Francisco, scatteringsix

'came unstuck. but it hurts the team to try to hits to win his eighth game. BIIIKORT

That's why Jimmy Patton,I stay with too many. We've got Richie Allen's leadoff homerin

coach of the backfield defenders to resolve it by reducing the s the ninth inning gave the

took no .chances. At the squad to working units in orderto It Phillies the second game after

start of drills at Fairfield Uni- gain the cohesion that is so sacrifice flies had produced

versity he brought his group of necessary. That means I haveto three runs in the opener. Allen

swifties right over to the tack- cut away and there's no jobI Twilight Game Came tagged reliever Hal Woode-

ling dummies. hate more. It almost makesme HOUSTON abrhbi PHILADELPHIA abrhbi SAN FRANCISCO abrhbi NEW YORK abrhbi shick's first pitch in the ninth for

"We're gonna have more tackling sick to call in a kid who Spangler If 3111 Gonzalez cf 4030 Hart 3b 4000 Klaus 2b 4020 his 19th homer.
than before has been his heart Fox 2b 4000 Callison gf 4120 D'venport 3b 0 0 0 0 Hunt 3b 3000
out
practice ever playing Pinch hitter Cookie
Gaines
rf 2010 Covington If 4 1 1 0 Snider rf 3000 Kran'pool Ib 3 0 0 0 Rojas
fellows," he said. "Until Allie and say to him in effect, 'I'm Bond Ib 3b 4 4020 0 1 0 Allen Dal'ple 3b c 3011 1 1 1 1Aspro'nte Mays M. Alou cf rf-If 4222 1 0 0 0 Chr Elliot-t'pher cf rf 4000 2 0 0 1 drove in Tony Taylor with the

gets things settled up front, sorry, son, but you're just not Lillis Hardy s cf$ 4010 4010 Amaro H'stein Ib Ib-lf 3000 0000 I McCovey If 4121 Can'zaro e 4020 winning run in the seventh in-
we're liable to be getting more good enough to stay with us any Grote c 4000 Wine ss 3000 Cepeda J. Alou Ib rf 0000 4100 Altman McMillan If ss 4010 3000 ning of the opener. Taylor, who

visitors back here than we've longer.' Roberts Bruce p ph 2000 1000 Taylor Bunning 2b p 3121 2000 Hiller Haller 2b c 4010 4021 Thomas ph 1000 had knocked in the first Phillies'run MOST MAGNIFICENT BOURBON

had in a long time. They'll be "We have a real traffic Jamin Totals 32 1 7 1 Rofas Totals ph 30 0001 410 1 Pagan ss 4010 Hickman Fisher p ph 1000 1110 in the second, tripled and SISAJGHI BOURBON WHISKY u PROOF OLD HICKORY BISTH.URS co. PHIUL

carrying footballs under their backs and I shudder to thinkof Houston .. ................. 001 000 000-1 Herbel Totals p 35 3000 4 8 4 Totals 301 61 scored on Rojas' sacrifice fly.
I want to be down there. Take for Philadelphia .............. 010 000 12x-4
readyto .
arms. you cutting San Francisco ........... 000 201 010-4
knock them down." instance, Clarence Childs who E-None.7. LOB- Houston 10, Philadelphia New York ......_.......... 001 000 000-1E .

The exhibition season already just returned from two years of 2B-, Aspromonte, Bond, Callison 1, Conralez _- -San-Cepeda.Francisco DP-San 4, New Francisco York 7. 1. LOB
has arrived because the Gi- Army service. He played under Spangler Allen(3).Taylor.Herrnstem 3B-Taylor., Dalrymple HR 2B-Haller 2. 38-Klaus HR-Mays 2
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(31) McCovey 15. SB-Cepeda. Hiller,
ants play the Minnesota Vikings' Jake Gaithers at Florida A&M, Gaines Bruce. SF-Taylor H, R Roias.IP ER.BB SO Klaus. S-Hunt. SF-Christopher.

at the Twin Cities this weekend. I who won't use a back unless he Bruce, L, 11-6 ... 8 10.4 4 1 5 Herbel, W, 8-6 ... IP 9 H 6 R 1 ER 1 BB 3 SO 2
Bunning W. 11-4 7 5 1 1 0 5
Then it will be a steady grind I can run the 100 in less than 9.9. Baldschun .... 2 2 0 0 1 2 Wakefield Fisher, L, 7.14...........7 2 7 1 3 1 3 0 0 0 4 J
of full-dress rehearsals until i Gaithers rates Childs as the best HBP-By Bunning, Gaines, Fox, T230. A- S,6'(2.
Spangler. T-2:18.
the formal opener at Philadel' back he ever had and he once Night Game

phia on Sept. 13. No wonder' had Willie Galimore. HOUSTON Night Game PHILADELPHIA MILWAUKEE r h bi CINCINNATIab abrhbi

Allie is being squeezed by time.I "Homer Jones, who once beat abrhbi abrhbi Mathews 3b 5122 Ruiz .b 4010
Spangler If 3110 Gonzalez cf: 3000 Maye cf 5020 Harper If 4110
"Everything will be fine, he Bob Hayes in a sprint, can run Fox 2b 4000 Tnandos ph 1000 Aaron rf 5230 Robinson rf 4011 N
said, his constant optimism un- faster, has good hands and is Gaines rf 3010 Boozer pr 0000 Carty If 4110 Johnson Ib 4000
Bond Ib 4011 Herrnst'n Ib 3 0 2 0 Torre c 4122 Pavletich c 41 1 1
diminished. "For every disap- not afraid to catch a pass whereit Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 0 0 Amaro ph-lb 1011 Alou Ib 4011 Cardenas ss 4111
Hardy cf 4010 Callison rf 3000 Cline pr-lb 0000 Pinson cf 4000
I've had at least is crowded. Then there's Er-
pointment
Lillis ss 4010 Allen 3b 4121 Menke ss 3000 Boros 3b 2000
one or two pleasant surprises.I nie Wheelwright, a 240pounderwho's Grote c 4000 Covington If 3000 DLaHoz 2b 4000 Tsitouris p 3010
Johnson p 3000 Dalrymple c 3 0 0 0 Lemaster p 2000 Perez ph 1000
I'll grant you I've been juggling strong and quick. We Taylor 2b 2000 Bailey ph 1010

considerably and changed my have Bob Thurlow, our No. 2 Wine Culp p ss 3110 1000 Bolling Kolb pr 2b 0100 1000
original plans but this is when draft choice from Stanford. He's Briggs ph 1000 Totals 38 612 5 Totals 34 3 ( 3
Roias ph.cf 1000 Boros reached first on Torre's inter.
it's possible to make moves like been delayed by a virus but he Totals 331 51 Totals 29 2 6 2 ference. _
those. Men learn a couple of cuts like Webster and throws No outs when winning run scored. Milwaukee .............. 000 100 056-6
Houston ................. 100 000 000-1 I I Cincinnati .............. 011 000 001-3
positions and that has to pay the option pass. Philadelphia ............ ooo 000 011-2
off if an emergency ever aris- "We haven't seen much of Covington, Roebuck Allen, Johnson. E-Torre 1. LOB, -Menke.Milwaukee Pinson 6, Cincinnati DP-Cincinnati 6.- .0 get the best deal on America's No. 1 cars
first draft LOB-Houston 9, Philadelphia 5. SHR-Mathews (15) Pavletich (4)), Car
es. ,Joe Don Looney our
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3B-Spangler. HR-Allen (19) SB- denas (8) SB-Aaron Harper.
He had shifted Jerry Hille-choice, because he's been with Games Allen. IP H R ER BB SO __
IP H R ER BB SO Lemaster, W, 11-7 7 5 2 l' 1 7
brand from outside linebackerto the All-Stars. He's a powerful Johnson ........ 7 1.3.4 1 1 1 5 Blasingame ......2 1 1 1 0 1
Woodeshick. L.272-32 1 Tsitouris, U 7 8 .. 72-310 6 0 A
middle linebacker in place runner, hits people and could bea Culp ............ 4 1 1 1 3 0 0 5 Duren .......... 11-32 0 0 1 2 1
of the departed Sam Huff. But top back. And we have Web- Bennett ....... 2 1 0 0 0 2 T233. A-7,553. L
Roebuck W. 32 .. {Ji
1 0 0 0 1 1 r
'Bill Winter has been so slow ster and McLehenny in impres- HBP-By Johnson (Taylor). T-2.19. A Night Game

to tion recover that Jerry from has a knee returned opera-to sive James comebacks, the truly fine plus back Dick we 27288. Night Game Wills LOS ANGELES ss abrhbi 4120 Bailey PITTSBURGH 3b abrhbi 4000 :(E:::;r::::::::2j.: .:?:;;: j;::?;: ::W;::;::i 21mq\: ;\: i ifft0 : 0:;; : ii:: '::s ;j : : ::l.. :. :. :'L:<.:.... .,,:. :' .:_ .

I CHICAGO Trace'ski 3b 4 1 1 0 Virdon cf 5110
ST. LOUIS
the outside and the middle post got from Washington. abrhbi abrhbi W.Davis cf 4121 Clemente rf 5 0 3 1
A'lfitano' 2b 4100 Javier 2b 3110 T.Davis If 4011 Lynch If 4020
Burke rf 4120 Brock If 5 1 2 0 Howard rf 2011 Star ell Ib 3111 1r'
Williams If 4000 White Parker rf 1000 Ma'roske 2b 4 0 0 0
Ib 4223 /
Santo 3b 4021 Boyer 3b Fairly Ib 3010 Pagiiaroni c 4 1 2 1 S 0 00 _
4020
More Than 100 Girls Boys Banks Ib 3021 Flood cf 4031 Oliver 2b 4000 Schofield ss 2010 _
Roseboro c 3000
I Cowan cf 3000 Shannon rf 3000 Alley pr 0100
Bertell c 3010 McCarver e 3010 Drysdale p 3000 Gibbon p 0000
Roz'sky ph-e<<: 1 0 0 0 Buchek ss 4000 Perran'skl p 1 0 0 0 Freese ph 1000 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coups
In Tournament Rodgers ss 3000 Rich'dson p 2 0 0 0 McBean p 1000
Playground Stewart ph 1000 H'mphr'ys p 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 3 I 3 Totals 33 4 10 I
Buhl p 1000 Two out when winning run scored.
Clemens ph 1000 I I Los Angeles ............. 000 003 000-3
More than 100 boys and girls ley: first Art Lee and Peggy Gabflson ph 1 0 0 0 I I Pittsburgh ............. 000 100 012-4
Totals 33 272 Totals 32 411 4 I-
for the Lee; second Richard Squiresand ......... E-Mazeroski, Bailey 2. DP-Los Angeles -
competed yesterday City Chicago ......". 200 000 00G-2 I 1, Pittsburgh 2. LOB-Los
Leslee McChristian; and St- Louis ................. 100 030 OOx-4 I 4; Pittsburgh 9. Angeles
Softball Playground C h a m- 2B-Lynch 2, Wills. Clemente. HR _
third Otto Krumm and Barbara
E-Boyer. DP-Chicago 1, St. Louis
1. I!Stargell (16), Pagiiaroni (7) S Gibbon
pionship. The tournament was LOB-Chicago 8, St. Louis 10. 11, .....;
Fairly. 1' f.
Holloway. :'ak,}:; ..
3B-Brock. HR-White (14). S Cowan, rx 'f
IP H R ER BI SO :':C>:;iiNa
held at City Park as the last first Smith Humphreys. ...
Kirby Smith: Larry Drysdale ... 7 7 2 2 J 5
special event scheduled for the and Joanne Ferber; second Buhl, U124.....4137 IP H R 4 ER 4 BB 3 SO 4 Per'noskl R. Miller,.L....4.-.4.... 1 2.3 2 1 2 0 0 J 1 1 2 1
I McDaniel ..... 123 2 0 0 1 2 ,Gibbon ..... ...
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summer playground program Jim Latsko and Patty Cooper .. ..... 3 3 1 2
Shantz
2 2 0 0 1 2 II Face ..... .....1130 0 0 0 2
sponsored by the Gainesville ; and third Joe Smith and Richardson, W, 2-1 5 5 2 1 3 511 McBean, W, 5-0 2 1 0 0 1 1 !
Humphreys 4 2 0 0 0 3 Drysdale faced 2 men in 8th; Perran-
Recreation Department.The Linda Futch. Richardson faced 2 men in 6th oski c faced 2 men in th.WP .
teams from Stephen Fos- Metcalfe: first Ricky Shoe- PB-Bertell. T-2:44. A-11,414. -Perranoski. T-2:42. A11,071.w .

ter came in first in both the maker and Patty Finch; sec- Cherelle Malibu Sport Coupe

girls and boys division. In the ond Steve Condo and Ceci Shepherd -J

boys tournament Little- ; and third Gerry Wyman'''i

:wood came in second and J. J. and Karen Reeb. '

,Finley was third. Kirby Smith Sidney Lanier: first Bobby! I \ .

girls team came in second with Brown and Jeannie Burton, sec-i l- .

,Sidney Lanier, third. ond Gene Brown and Susie i

Certificates were awarded to Burton; and third Ronnie Nor-: w et

those boys and girls with the ris and Lynn Putman. !

highest number of points for Stephen Foster: first Dale s & .

.participation and cooperation on Cannon and Happy Quirin; sec-: 1 ...: .:: 1.
each playground throughout the ond Dick Weight and Debbie! + :: f e :

'summer program. !.Powers; and third John McGil-' %
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Area Youths Find Haven at Camp Crystal Lake! I



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CAMPING IS IN FULL SWING OVER AMERICA, and this I
Includes Alachua County, too! Thanks to Camp Crystal Lake, south of the Astor bridge, caught S bass in 3 hours on an and McHenry Brown was third. Brown was a weekly winner J;::

.owned by the Alachua County Board of Instruction, 400 children artificial snake lure. The fish weighed from 5% to 10% 7 times, so the contest was close all the way.

have enjoyed the rich experience of camping this sum \Ash pounds. THE PRAIRIE CREEK DA HEARING i

mer. The final two weeks of four such two-week sessions end .eam ....<.,., ..., :::' SALTWATER For those who are interested in the Prairie Creek Dam
this Saturday, and then the facilities will be utilized by the ::1\ I > .: Atlantic Ocean Project, attention is invited to the special hearing of-the

Sunland Training Center for valuable training and recreation r' ; ., ,. \ all( ". Fishing offshore from Jacksonville, Dick Williams, Sidney Alachua County Water Control and Recreation ulhorit$. The
and Bill Gross, Dr. R. C. Owens and Bill Williams all of date I
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through early September. "j' < '. LJ : : Tuesday, August 11; the time: 10 A. M.; the place:
: : Mielel Gainesville, caught 35 kingfish, 4 bonito, 1 dolphin, and 1 Alachua County Court House.

Were it not for this camp so close to home many children / amberjack. They fished with Jimmy Gavin from the ALICEE. I -- .. -- :.. ._
would not have been able to go to camp. Many do not have i :: .. .< je. -

funds which would enable them to go the the Camps in North -?._;."" ....,....,.. .u-.s.. wilh1'itink GULF OF MEXICO PORT5MAW'S'DLGEST1 :
Carolina and other states. Civic clubs and individuals, too, PliiIM '- Horseshoe Beach

watch out for the deserving child without funds, and see to | 'll Mrs. Lawrence, of LAWRENCE'S CAFE, report catches of I i

it that those needing financial help are not deprived of the Sun Outdoor Editor speckled trout up to 36 per boat. Cut bait is the preferredbait {g&1I' I II I _

camping opportunity. The cost is set very low, with the ob at this time. TOY BALLOONSFOR "There once was a py

jective of meeting operating costs, rather than seeking profit, HOMOSASSA RIVER MARKERSA named tan,

so that more may attend. MACRAE'S FISH CAMP reports as high as 45 trout and Who
thought he'd
Fortunately, the program and natural advantages of the 28 redfish to the boat. The reds have been going up to 8 BRIGHT with a fan. let by
caught 30 schooling bass to 4 pounds In weight. pounds in weight. BALLOON IS FJ
camp rival those to be found in other parts of the country. up They EASILY
Lessons in swimming, canoeing, sailing, hunting safety, caught them on Rebel lures. WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER SEEM.' Heturned'rtonhijh-

wildlife, and conservation, vie with instruction in lifesaving, RAINBOW RIVER Frenchy Peltot, Ocala, fished out of LITTLE SKIPPER I Let the hot air fly by,

square dancing, archery, fishing, arts and crafts, and other Mary Sabin, Tampa, brought into BASS GALORE: CAMP, Yankeetown, to catch 22 redfish on "jigs". The III IF you WANT to V-7 And perspired all over
popular camp activities. In addition to skill development and VILLAGE a 10 and a 12 pounder. Bill Collins, Atlanta,, largest weighed 9 pounds. II MARK THE LOCATION / the divan."
recreation, much attention is given to the encouragement of weighed in bass of 10 and 7 pounds. Dr. J. D. Ross, St. ENGLEWOOD OF A /

Individual resourcefulness and the camp theme of getting Petersburg, caught 10 bass up to 6 pounds in size. Martha Stanford, STANFORD'S RESORT on Lemon Bay, I SUBMERSEDBRUSH PILE / ACE TH

along with each other. WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER reports the Chuck Krebs family from Winter Haven caught PRODUCES MARKERrHAT
Harold K. Handley, Lufton, Texas, topped off several bass 16 redfish weighing from 7 to 14 live I GOOD A KNOWN .
pounds. They use DISTANCE '
LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBLE with a nine-pounder, while fishing from Harry Hattel's FISH- shrimp. FISH INS, FROM YDUtt

Possibly more than any other factor, leadership has been N-FUN RESORT. Harry says look for an announcement soon BALLOON INFLATE A SECRET SPOT
responsible for the success of Camp Crystal Lake. Throughout on $2,500 Fishing Contest in the Dunnellon area. CRYSTAL RIVER TO AN TO KEEP
Grady Black, KNOX'S BAIT HOUSE 40 to
its history, it has been supported by successive boards of LAKE GEORGE reports trout CHORWFTH OTHER FISHERMEN
the boat when using shiner tails and "the FROM DEPLETING
public instruction which have concurred in its value in the 25 people caught 635 shellcrackers and bream from VOLU- fishing Hump" AROCK. yput*
: This area is about 2V4 miles off the River Light. .
education of children. Howard W. Bishop, when County Superintendent SIA BAR CAMP during the past week. One party caught 96 Crystal SUPPLY.
initiated the project, and his successors, PaulE. where the beautiful Silver Glen Run enters Lake George. 2 Grady pounds.says he cleaned 200 trout Friday, and the average was

Peters and Ernest D. Manning, have exerted active leadership ST. JOHN'S RIVER
in the Camn's development. This camp has benefittedalso Bill Bracken, fishing from the ALCO FISH CAMP, 5 miles WACASASSA RIVER
Mike Kreshka and Eddie Davis, fishing from WILLIAMS
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by the strong leadership of the three camp directors h'Y. 4 Z
I LANDING, caught 20 nice trout. the flats
who have held this vital position. Its first director, Dr. Janet They were fishing
out beyond the fresh water line. 4LfegS
Wells, is now Director of Women's Physical Education at FISHING CONTEST RESULTS ) J JvJLI
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Florida State University. Her successor, F. Denton Houk, 1k' McGilvrary's Fish Camp S.: -:
held of the Florida Association S
the Presidency Camping a a
In the MCGILVRAY
Fishing Contest which ended last Saturday
Section of the American Camping Association. The current
Robert Hill was the winner in the Bass Division with .
director Miss Jane Driscoll, has continued to expand theCamp's ,
a 9% pound bass. The 2 pound speckled perch entered by ( t 0MORAL
and services. In addition to the summer
program G. W. Davis took highest honors in the Perch Division. Each ,
the Alachua County School Camp operates DEPENDABLE
camp program winner received $25 in fishing tackle. I
throughout the fall and spring terms. Due to the educationaland
THE TACKLE BOX MONTHLY BASS CONTEST II ..Johns anSERHORSE
recreational contributions which the Camp makes to- _
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Admiral Wm. R. D. Nickelson, with his 12 pound
entry
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ward the development of good citizens, the County School
caught at Lake the
Wauberg won July prize at the TACKLE
Board maintains Camp Crystal Lake on a year round basis. S SALES SERVICEBaIRS
BOX. He received $12 worth of merchandise, $1 for each

One of the major influences in the successful continuity.of pound that his bass weighed. :

the Camp's program has been the cooperation and supportof THE J. M. FIELDS CONTESTSid

Dwight H. Hunter, Alachua County Supervisor of Recreation Menge, manager of FIELDS sporting goods depart i

Health, and Physical Education. In his supervisory ment, reports H. D. Bruce as the winner of the Grand Prizeof I 601 S. Main Street
capacity, he has worked closely with the various camp directors an electric trolling motor. Bruce led with 11 weekly win- I' LONE STAR BOATS

and participates in such matters as policies, budget, ners. Glenn Stokes was runner-up with 8 weekly winners, i I .. :
bookkeeping, camper enrollment and scheduling, and pub ------ -- -

licity. In his screening of personnel, he looks for staff memO ---r.rJ. NOTHING

bers not only to secure program results, but to enable se Athletics Nip
veral thousand school children annually to associate with ----- -- An IdealCombination 1 1.,. ; ''
'Oom! ::x'W
people they can like and respect. Catfish String Dodgers 9-8 I i

WOODED PENINSULA It takes two to hold string of catfish -= COOLSLIKE
caught by W. II. Scott on {
Camp Crystal Lake is located on the heights of a wooded the Withlacoochee River. Assistant is Donna Joiner, clerk at In SeminoleIn t I

peninsula which extends out into the crystal clear water of The Tackle Box, where the fish were photographed. The largestof

the lake from which the Camp derives its name. It lies in the string weighed 18 pounds. Rod and reel and wiggle Seminole League action at 1964 NEW 12' HUNTER BOAT $225.00

Clay County, 4 miles from Keystone Heights and 29 miles orms put them in the frying pan. the Boys' Club yesterday, the
from Gainesville. The approximately 140 acres, 1964 NEW
Camp covers '*" p WlSolunar Athletics beat the Dodgers 9-8; MURRAY TRAILER 122.9S
and includes approximately a mile of the lake's shoreline.The -
t. the Phils beat the Cards 7-0
camp also owns its own private lake of several acres ; 1963 NEW 5V2 HP EVINRUDE MOTOR
the Giants beat the Pirates 7-5
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_entirely within its borders.
# $ r\s1 the Athletics walloped the White -ORIGINAL LIST 255.50
Camp Crystal Lake is a member camp and holds full rankIng Sox 8-4; the Cubs smashed the I

through meeting the national standards of the American Tables Braves 13-1; and the Angels TIE-DOWN STRAP 4.50 AIR
Camping Association. These standards are comprehensiveand beat the Dodgers 6-5. :

represent approved practices for resident camps in mat Y H Outstanding players included TOTAL 607.95

ters such as personnel, program, administration, campsite, I,,_.. ............ _....__%..rfff'.M.f.,...\.'._. ...._.....>.<'iu'h)? ib % ....... i Tim McMillian and Jack Daugh- CONDITIONING
facilities, health, equipment, sanitation, and safety. h''''' tery for the Angels, Mark Godwin WEEKEND

The uniqueness of Camp Crystal Lake lies in the fact that By schedule JOHN ALDEN of Solunar KNIGHTThe Periods, as face The type.Major These Periods begin art at shown the times In bold;: and David Spongberg for S54500
printed below has been taken from John shown and last for an hour and a halfor : the Dodgers, Greg Baggeson,I SPECIAL (ONI ONLY) \ INSTALLATION
It is the only resident school camp In Florida. States such as Alden Knight's SOLUNAR TABLES. Plan two hours thereafter. The Minor Per. $ 5 0
California, Michigan, and New York have set the pace in your days so that you will be fishing in lods shown in regular type. are of some: Bobby Sloan and Rusty Witt for ALLOWANCEwill
good territory or hunting in good cover what shorter duration.
Down
$145
the acquisition of school camps, aptly called "laboratoriesfor during these times if you wish to find Use Eastern Standard time. the Cubs, Tommy Burns and: and $19.33 a Month be given to each florida
living and learning in the out of doors." Congratulations he fer. best sport that each day has to of. AM. P.M. John Capella for the Braves, Power Corporation customer who

to the Alachua County School Board ofr its initiativeand Friday Day 4:40 Mln. 10 Maf.:55 Mln.5:10 11.M Ma|. Tim Mote, Jaye Abby and Jimmy I. Frank Philpott's replaces a flame-type heating
vision in acquiring this outstanding educational property Saturday 5:35 11:59 6:05 McFarline, Mike Price and system with WHOLE HOUSE
May it hold this priceless asset in trust for succeeding Kerr, Haiizel Sunday Monday 7:20 t 25 11 I.It:15 7:00 7:55 11 1:41:45 Jerry Fillm for the White Sox, : Sport CenterNorth electric cooling and heating. Offer .

generations! Tuesday t':15 2:05 I 45 2:30Wednesday Randy Bufford and Craig Cau-/ good July 1 through! Attf. 3L
:10 3:00 9 35 3:20
then for the Giants, Roger Rev- of Bellt-Llnd'.Y.1!
Thursday 10:00 1:50 10:25 4:1'
"FISHING IS GOOD AND THE CATCHING, TOO" Are Champs ell and Chuck Mendnhall for: 20 N.W. 14th Ave. .put theACcent on comfort!
FRESH WATER "WHERE QUALITY SELLS I rSELF"
r the Pirates Ivo Rabell and,
FR 7M
New nan's LakeA. FlshiI .-miaes' Steve Wilkins for the Cards, Hal I I 2-5011 or FR 6-6893 '
In[ --- .., OPEN 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY FLORIDA
L. Sparks and E. W. Dyer picked up 32 speckled perch Shooting Kingman and Jerry Dowdy and I Other Times by Appointment I I ; :INrowrR

and 2 bass fishing from MCGILVRAY'S FISH CAMP. Henry I Friday High CEDAR a: 1)9 KEY a.m. and 12:52 Richard Addison for the Phils,I HOME OF HUNTER BOATS, McCULLOCH I I ALJc0P1I.ORATPON
Green landed 5 bass up to 3'i pounds. Bob Lovely broughtin RENO, Nev. (AP-Alex Kerrof p.m. Low at 7:05 a.m. and 1:01: p.m. David Spongberg and Paul Lambert MOTORS MURRAY TRAILERS, AND --,-------'
a 3% pounder. G. C. Musselman landed a 5 pounder. All Saturday High at 2.34: a.m. and / JACKSON SAILING
Beverly Hills. Calif., was 1:30 p.m. Low at 7:48 a.m. and S 47 p.m. > for the Dodgers, Tim Mote, CANOES. .
the above are from Gainesville. Other Gainesville catches named world Sunday High at 3:05 a.m. and 2:27 Bill Keller and Milo Helot, for I
include J. R. McGilvray, 18 speckled perch Mr. and Mrs. champion and p.m.Monday Low-at High 1:29 at am.3:33 and a.m.f.23 and p.m.3:12 the Athletics.In I --- --- -- -
William Murphy, 52 speckled perch. W. M. Yarborough and Steve Hanzel of San Antonio, p,m. Low at ':10 a.m. and f 54 p,m.
Tuesday High at 35 am. and 3:57
Jack Coon, High Springs, netted 35 perch each. Tex., junior champion in 20- p.m. Low at 9.53 a.m. and 10:21 p.m. six yean of coaching at 1
Wednesday' High at 4:27: lI.m. and
SANTA FE LAKE gauge: competition Wednesday of]4:47 p.m. Low at 10:3* a.m. and 10:59 Michigan State, Fran Dittrich's I TIME IS

Stacey Geiger, fishing in "pitch dark" at 10 o'clock near the 1964 World Champion Skeet p.m.Thursday High at 4.:S* a.m. and ross country teams have won: MONEY.
5:42 .
Low at
I p.m. 11:29 a m. and 11:30
the mouth of Melrose Bay, caught a 6V pound bass. He was Shooting Tournament.Kerr p.m. five Big Ten titles. :

using a cane pole with a "firebug" lure for bream at the emerged victorious when'. ii''

time this big one responded. gunner the smoke sudden-death cleared after shootoff a 15-as I SPECIAL If You Have A Room, ApartmentOr

From Gainesville, the following people scored at SHIP- the
tourney ended its fifth day
MAN'S FISH CAMP: Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Foster and guest in Harold's Gun Club. !' 30 HP EVINRUDE House to Rent
48 speckled perch from SHIPMAN'S brush piles, Mr. and REMEMBER-A
Electric Motor rental
The shootoff COSTS
Mr. Dick Bjers 37 perch, Joe Connors, 31 perch, Mr. and ( was forced when vacancy
Mrs. J. 1... Markham, 55 bream on live crickets along the 15 contestants shot perfect New 14-ft. Carter

edge of the grass, and Gladys Whiting and husband, looxloo scores. Runabout YOU MORE than the ad that will rentIt

42 bream. Other successful fishermen were W. C. Payne, The winner from Texas fired I New MURRAY !

Jacksonville 33 speckled perch, Leo and Vera Dyal, Lawtey, a near-perfect 99x100 to win the Trailer

25 perch and 35 shellcrackers, Perry Swinford, Earleton, 8 junior division title.

pound bass on a black plastic worm from SHIPMAN'S dock, Runnerup to Kerr was William $ .. Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU
and Jim Long and daughter, Orange Park, 30 speckled Rogers of Atherton, Calif., while 695 Nothing Down24MONTHS
perch. William Sesnon of Los Angeles EVERY DAY until It Is rented:
took the Class AA title.
WATERMELON POND TO PAYFRANK'S
An Illinois entry copped the IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:
Bob Allen landed an 8 pound bass on a live shiner, and five-man team title rivals
weighed him in at the TACKLE BOX. from Massachusetts over and theU.S. MARINEMERCURY $40 per mo !. $l.33perc3ay

LAKE GALILEE Army in the day's final OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICE
$50 per mo . $1.66 per day
Another fine bass was weighed in at the TACKLE BOX, a shootoff. The three teams posted 1031 S. Main St. FR 67629ENDOFSEASON
-.11H pounder from Lake Galilee which borders the Gainesville total scores of 493x500 to go intothe
shootoff. -.....0.--- $55 per mo . $l.S3perday
. Palatka ihghway. The lucky angler was Charlie Klein
of Gainesville. The first leg of the Western
.- Open, a 12-gauge event employ- $60 pr mo. . ZOO per day
ORANGE LAKE lag 250 birds
through Saturday,
. R. W. Campbell, manager of HOT "MY FISH CAMP sa 's gets under way tomorrow with $65 per mo . $2.16 per day
Mr. Robert Burton's party of 3 from Birmingham, Alabama. 100 targets. CLEARANCE SALE

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,,Rebels Battle I I''I NOW IN PROGRESS I $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day


-Tlie Raccoons r $B0permo.-. $2.66perdcy .

: I I_PRICES SLASHED I

The Rebels and Raccoons will' $35 per mo. '. . .$2.83perday

battle for the championship in! : "

the Salt and Pepper League BOATS MOTORS TRAILERS I. BOAT MOTOR & TRAILER I,I $90 per mo .. . $3.00 per day

}.ug. 7 at 9 a.m. at the Boys' SKI SUPPLIES OUTFITS .
!I j : $95 per mo . $3.l6per day
Club. at DISCOUNT PRICES SKIS MARINE ACCESSORIES

- The Rebels captured the first i JIMMY MOORE'S ( $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day _

half and the Raccons won the : U.S. 301 ot FLA. 100-'

..second half championship. I! -Starke, Flaj CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR

. All members of the Buffalos :

Panthers, Jets, Pioneers, Bears ': ''f \ :e
$11 D SUN RENTAL WANT
S and Rockets will play in the All.) 0 I ADS

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, l persons were injured I HIGH SPRINGS High contest, talent contest, band and I will be awarded an appropriate

and some $1,200 damage occur- Springs' first annual Tobacco twist contests and selection of memento.

Wall St. Simmers Down red yesterday in a two car i Festival will be staged here a Festival Queen. I Entry blanks for the contest
Aug. 15 under the sponsorshipof Early entries in the queen'must be filled in and returnedto
auto wreck on N. Waldo Rd.
the local American Legion contest include: the American Legion Post 97

Gainesville Police said Thel- Post. Nancy Willingham of Gainesville in High Springs no later than

'Scare9 Reaction ma B. Goolsby 60, of O'Brien, And thus another of Nor th- sponsored by the New- Aug. 10.

After tried to turn left off N. Waldo central Florida's leading mon- berry Garden Club. The schedule of activities for

Rd. onto 39th St. and collided ey crops-flue-cured tobacco I Janis Lynn Biewend of Gaines the Festival is as follows:

with a truck driven by Richard strawberries and watermelons ville, the reigning Newberry Watermelon 2:30: p.m.Grounds open.
NEW YORK (,AP-The stock sion wore on.Aerospace |'erage, however, was down 1.31 than 2 points and Xerox addeda will join ;
Dale May 34, of Hampton, who 3 Welcome High
agricultural prod- Queen, who will represent p.m. by
as
market simmered down early!I defense stocks, at noon to 831.74. point. IBM lost nearly a i !
was traveling south on Waldo ucts around which to create the High Springs Elementary Springs Mayor Marcus Hunt.
this afternoon as further devel- which climbed because of the Losses of close to a point point. Control Data gained a
Rd. Both suffered minor injur gala celebration festivities.The : PTA. 3:10: p.m. Baby contest.
opments were awaited in the tense military situation, declined -were shown by General Dynamics -fraction. .
I 4 Talent
Viet Nam situation. Tradingwas as traders took profits. and Douglas Aircraft. Boe- Fractional losses by blue ies.A strawberry is honored in I And Sara Sanders of High i 5 p.m. -Band and contest.twist

moderate. I The rest of the list jiggled routinely ing and United Aircraft were chips braked the averages. passenger in the Goolsbycar Bradford County each spring Springs, sponsored by the' High test.p.m. con-'

Ability of the' market to with airlines, rails retails fractional losers. Small losers included AT&T seven year old Deborah during a festival in Starke; and Springs Woman's Club. 6 Gopher contest, sack

weather the emotional selling of and motors a little higher General Motors and Chrysler Jersey Standard, Du Pont, Ken- Kay Smith of Rt. 2, Gaines- tribute is paid to watermelonseach Cannon said the contest is race p.m., greased pole contest. I

Wednesday morning and come and utilities, steels, oils, chem made slight gains. Ford eased. necott, Union Carbide and Eastman ville, was reported in satisfac-'' summer in festivals at open to girls from ages 16 to. 7 p.m. Queen contestants

back with a vigorous recoveryleft icals and building materials eas- American Motors was un- Kodak. tory condition with lacerations Newberry and Chiefland. 19 who are residents of tobac registration.

of "resili I and fractures at Alachua Gen- The tobacco festival activi- :co-producing counties in Flori-
impression changed.
an ing.The Prices showed an irregularly I I 7:30 p.m. Queen contest-
ence" on many market observ Associated Press aver- Jones & Laughlin lost a fraction -I higher tone on the American eral Hospital. ties will begin at 2:30: p.m. on da and that entrants will be ants talent review, formal dress
Thelma Goolsby was charged 15 with opening of the festival -judged on beauty, talent,
Aug. per-
Steel
age of 60 stocks at noon was up and U.S. was easy Stock Exchange. Trading was review, crowning cf queen..
ers.The list was a little higher in I .4 at 315.9 with industrials up while Bethlehem and Republic quiet. with failure to yield the rightof grounds. Scheduled high- sonality and poise. 9 p.m. Queen's coronation

early trading, but minor declines .4, rails up .7 and utilities off[Steel traded about unchanged. way. Damage was estimatedat lights, according to Tom Can He said the queen and two ,dance.

by a few pivotal stocks .3 Among wider-moving issues,I Corporate and U.S. govern $700 to her car and $500 toMay's non Jr., commander of Legion maids of honor will receive a I! Mrs. Ira J. Davis, chairmanof

muddled the trend as the ses-: The Dow Jones industrial av-I Polaroid skipped ahead more I ment mixed.Readers' .bonds were narrowly truck. Post No. 97, include a baby trophy and that each contestant i' the talent contest, asks that
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II I Dow Jones Stock Averages Tells How Florida's Growth put play on a an musical act are invited instrument to take or

Previous Day | 2nd Hour | part. :Mrs. Davis' phone num-

RequestTh 833.05 |130 Indust. | off 1.31 ber is 4541315.J. .
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J. Waters, chairman of the
II I 213.24 | 20 Rails | up 0.50 twist contest it is
I Service Station RiseFlorida's says opento
following! market quotations :'I'' 149.01 | 15 Util. 1 up 0.60 Spurs two age groups: one for
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298.34 65 Stocks 0.15PierceWulbernMur.phey up
ef the Sun financial 1 page The quotations |_ | up
I are furnished by STOCK LISTINGS sales-! and work. For its other for those 13 and up. He
anda current the
II, 6,210,0001 I Volume 1,620,000 growth rate off his company's part,
I resulting high demand for\promotion activity at nine local Humble Company encouragesits urges that all contestants be on

automotive products in the employees and independent hand at 5 p.m. ready to twistto
I Esso Service Stations. !
NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Amer Fidel Life 213 .Chromaloy 17 I Gainesville market last night service station dealers to enter music furnished by the Su-
-- that Humble wasFlorida's
Recalling
Amer Heritage 21 8 Cinerama 6% Late Morning were cited by a petroleum in- into civic activities and to iden- I wanee River Boys.
I first, and so far only tify themselves with worthwhile
Amer Mat Ins __ 21% Computer Sci _- l7lh dustry executive as spurs to I 'Ira J. Davis promises a lot
Abbott Lab ._ 2.40 41 N. Y. "
of oil in commercial
Cutter Labs A ___ 17 Listing service station construction.J. producer community undertakings.
Allied Chem 1.80 52* Amer Pioneer Life 8% Data Control ._.___ 48% L. Hiller, assistant to the quantities, Hiller characterized Earlier, MayorCommissionerHoward of old-fashioned fun for boysand

Amerada pt _.__ 2.00 190/ Anheuser Busch .--- _- 53 Fulton Inds _.____ 9% Allis Chat 20 Int Nick 71% manager of Humble Oil and Refining -the domestic oil company as McKinney extended the girls in the novelty events.

Am Elc Pow ....._.._ 1.16b 447/i Anodyne -__- : 4 Gen Develop 5th Alcoa 67 Int Pap 32;. Company's four s tate M erica's largest. "We believe city's official welcome. "We The greased-pole climb is open

Amer Enka _'_ 1.40a 56% Citizens Bank 37 Mackey Airlines 5 Am Air 45% Jones&L 81 Charlotte Area, told 150 commu- you will excuse our proud iden- are proud to have you," he to boys through 12, and the first

65 Comsa Corp 34 Mead Jahnson 16* Am Brk 5H. Kais Al 34 nity leaders at the Gainesv 11 le tifying slogan: America's lead- said, "and proud that your company one to climb the pole will finda
1.44a -
Amer Hone
Pac NW Tele __...... 22% AmBdPar 40t 'Ken'cott 85 Golf and Country Club that the ing Energy Company" he said. has seen the advantagesof reward waiting there.
Amer M Fdy .90 20 Conn Lt & Pow __ 38 Philips Elec. 43 Am Can 43% Lig & My 791.2 expand ing economy here He described the company'sbusiness making a substantial invest

Armco Stl _'". 3.00 724 Cowles Mag & Pb 12% I IRic Group .___ 50/8 Am Cyan 66% Loch'd 36;. makes "the opportunity to I philosophy as community ment in the City of Gaines Quitman McDouglad says he

Atch Topka _.._ 1.20a 34V. Dunn & Bradst -- 61V 4. Sperry R. Wts. _ 6 2Synlex Am Mot 15 Lorillard 43! serve the motorists of Alachua oriented. "Wherever ville." has the and sacks ready for all

Baxter Lab _'_ .36 24V. Firs West. Fin'c'l 12% 66 AT&T 70% Mag'vox 3078 County one that we at Humbleare they go," he said, "Humble em- Carl Helton, Humble repre- boys the sack race.girls through 12 for
Florida Gas 11% Elec Am Tob 33 MM&M 59 become useful
Tampa 26 happy to accept. ployees strive to sentative here, acted as masterof '
Beckman In '_ 60 Fla Nat'l Bank _ 64% 1 Tech Measur __ 194 Ampx Cp 16 Mohasco 13% Hiller is herewith other" and productive members of the ceremonies and intro d uc ed He suggests that boys and
LF S 1.10 49 Anaconda 44o/s Mons'to 791- girls set traps now to
Beech Fla Tele 28 I TWA Wb capture
26 in which live
--- -- Humble representatives to kick: community they meeting principals, includ i n
Bristol My __ .80 6n. !orret Ll 201.2 Valspar Armour 47 Mont Wd 38% g gophers to enter in that race.
---- --- i ---- 7% George Davis
president of Davis
Brunswick 9 Founders Life 1% Affiliated Fund 8.99 ACL 79% Nat Dair 82 Oil He said all gophers will be
Franklin LiCe 56* Babcock 33 Nat Dist 27 4 Company, commission placed in the center of a circle
Capital Life & Gr _
Ca11bell S '_ 2.40 35 i -- 10.19 Isn'tIn agent for Esso petroleum prod- and that the which moves
Great American __ 12 Divers Growth 9.79 Beth Stl 3n. N.Am Av 49% FSU Post one

Carter Pdt _'_ l.ooa 17% Grolier .--- 39* Dividend Shares- _- __ 3.80 Boeing 56 Penney 57 ucts and Atlas tires, batteriesand farthest or crosses the circle

CaseJI. 19Y. Gulf Life - 5Hz Dreyfus _-_____-. 20.41 Borden 75 Pa RR 34 8 accessories. line first will be declared the

Cessna Air 1.00 28* Herff Jones -_- __ IH Fidelity Capit 11.20 Brunswk 9 PepCol 58% Local Esso Service Stations winner.
---- ----
Ches Ohio _..._ 4.00 77 Home Ins 64 Fidelity Fund 17,95 Cater Tr 33 Phil Mor 737/s Bryant's Plans will continue to welcome open Further details on the Festival -
house
Coas S Gas _.._ 29 Jax Minit Mkts __ 1 Fidelity Trend ..____ 18.79 Celanese 70% Phil1 Pet 53% I guests with favors and may be obtained from Can-

CBS ........._...._ 1.80b 41 Kennasaw LiCe ___ 12 4 Fund'tal Invest 11.19 Chrysler 51\. RCA 31 prizes through Saturday.- or uw.nnn..

Comb Eng 1.20 29% Life of Fla 6* Income of Boston ____ 8.56 CocaCol 134 Rep Stl 44 4 TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov.'[scholar and an administrator. \ ,

Cone Mills ___ .80 20th Lowes Company 2B' Incorporated Inc 10.04 Com Ed 53 Revlon 34 Farris Bryant, asked whetherhe He ,said he could not qualify asa I

Cont Airl __ .40 23% Milgo Electron -. 12 Keystone K-2 .__.. 5.65 Con Edis 90 8 Rey Tob 42 was in line for president of scholar because, although he i Sir Cedric Hardwicke I

Cont Ins 2.20 58 Mort Guaranty Ins 25 Keystone 5-3 -- 17.00 Cont Can 50 StReg P 3O Florida State University repeated -liked to study, he had not attained 1

Contrl Data- '_' 88;. Pacific SW Air 42 Keystone S-4 4.84Life Dow Che 6978 Seaboard 52% today that he planned to

Corn Pdts _._ 1.50 58% Schlitz Brew 46! Investors _ 10.40 DuPont 261112 Sears 116 return to Ocala and practice the goal he sought.He I

Delta Air 1.60 80Det Secur Life & Tr 61 Life Stock Fund __ 8.09 EAL 31 Sinclair 45 law after his term as governor I said he had considerable British Actor Dies
Southern Nitro. E.Kodak 1291- Socony 83 ends in administrative experience.
Steel __ .60 14 22 Mass. Inv Stock 16.81 January.The ,
Emerson El _1.00 42 Travelers Ins .- 4H4Aerojet Mass. Inv Growth 00_ 8.97 Firestone 41 SouthnC 64 president job at FSU will I Asked whether his three

Fair Camera ',_' .SOg 25 Gen -.__ 32 Poineer Fund _ 9.93 Fla Pw 5131& SperryR 148 become vacant F.eb. 1 when Dr. daughters, as students at FSU,

Finan'l Fed 41 Analex Corp ...._ _ 26 Puritan Fund 9.66 Fla P&L 80% StBrand 76 Gordon Blackwell leaves to take should be protected from certain NEW: YORK (AP-Sir) i Cedric: few scenes to suit himself.

Fst Chartr 1.97f 31% Aqua Chem IS;. I Putnam Growth 15.98TV&Elec Ford 51% StO NJ 85 4 the presidency of Furman University I ideas, Bryant said the ques- Hardwicke, the Englishbornactor His first professional appear

._- 13 Aurora Plastics 24 __.___._ 8.11 Frmst Da 12 Studebak 7% in Greenville, S.C. tion was so broad he had to who spent a lifetime on I' I
Fla E Cst at the
ance of
came 18, aft-
Food Fair __ .90 22 Barnes Engineer 20Ys Value Line Inc 5.63 Frept SuI 32 Swjft 51 Bryant was asked if he would answer yes. the stage and screen, died ear- age
Butler Shoe Frueh Tr 32 Texaco 80% ly today at the of 71. er he had attended the Royal
FMC CorD ......._ 1.00 55% _- --- 9% Wellington Fund 15.35 take the job. "In the moral realm, however age
Lay 40 Gen Dyn 3PIs Thiokol 131hI "I never accept jobs that ," he said, "I think students Cause of death was listed as Academy of Dramatic Arts.

Frito .88 32%I I Gen EI 821. U Carb 122 haven't been offered; and I should be protected. I I emphysema, a lung ailment. During a 53-year career SirCedric's

Gen Tele l.OOb 55% i' NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 5 ; Gen Fds 91 Unit Airc 48 never turn down jobs that have prefer my daughters not to be Hardwicke had been hospital roles ran into the hun.
Pacif .
Ga -P
24!%! : (e) New York Time ; Gen Mills 42% Un Fruit 21% not been offered," he replied. subjected to an immoral cli, ized about three weeks before dreds. .
Getty Oil -- -- .10g : Gen Mtrs 93% US Steel 57% said university his death in
Low a
57 High Close Net Chg. Bryant president mate. I University Hospi
Grace Co l.OOb His last show on
Hel Curtis -. .80 16 I, 25 Rails 148.16 144.83 147.33 Off .18 :; Goodrich 55% Univ Mat 13I should be a gentleman, aMore / "In the intellectual realm,i tal. last season's "Too Broadwaywas True to
Industrials. 840.33 821.13 838.12 4.37 I Goodyr 44 WestgEl 34% themselves.Three ."
IBM '_ 5.00 451 j Up I they can protect i i Funeral arrangements were be Good."
50 Stocks 494.24 482.98 Greyhnd 24% Winn Dix 35%
Tnt Min C _- -_____ l.SOa 68 492.72 Up 2.09 I Gulf Oil 58 Woolwrth 28% SBAInterviews days before his Black-resignation incomplete.As I, Sir Cedric was knighted in
month Dr.
Int Tele ---- 1.00 541i I last well-known to American 1934. .
-80a 46% .. well was accused by a memberof
_
Kellogg audiences as to British, Sir Ced
Lehman CP _._ 1.34e 29% ..G' ": .,:, the University Board of Con- ric spent much of his professional -

Litton In .__ -_ 1.98f 64% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH y..y .trol of allowing an unwholesome career shuttling between Gilnio Water

Lone S CM 1.00 21% atmosphere that resultedin engagements in London, New
The third series of interviewsby growth of a subversive organ-
Marsh Fid 1.60 45% I York and Hollywood. Being Desalted
Martin M _'- 1-00 18% Social a representative of the U.S. ization on the campus.Dr. I
Security Changes3By r > Laughingly, he once remarked -
Blackwell denied the char-
McG Hill _'_ .60a 34% \\, Small Business Administration I I PITTSBURGH (AP) West- :>;
:
Mead Corp 1.70 46% : \ .: \ I II' has been scheduled tomorrow.at ges. 1.inghouse Electric Corp. said today -
Merkd 2.00a 40% : the Gainesville Chamber of "England is my wife-America ,
----
MatI Airl- --_- '_ .80 51 I' Sylvia Porter riI\;; Commerce.Cof[ I I Cub Scouts my mistress. It is very good :I a plant that converts sea

N Y Cent ...-------.. 50g 42% ... .!il" J C Secretary Billy Mitch- sometimes to get away from water into fresh water is now

Nia M Pow ._ 2.00 56% I Beginning Jan. 1, 1965 75 Law Now New Law cial Security tax rate.stl"because Jr ell said this morning 30 busi- Going TV I Ii one's wife." operating at full tilt at the U.S.

Norfolk W i_ 6.00 137 million employes and self.em- Year they are self employed, there- nessmen have discussed the new on Born in Lye, Worcestershire,' Naval Base at GuantanamoBay

No Ind P S ._- _-.. 1.48 59% ployed plus 5.3 million em- 1965 $174 $205.20 fore have no one with whom to low-interest loan program for i Members of Cub Scout Pack the son of a doctor who didn't Cuba.

No Nat Gas 7.80 56 ployers will be to 1966-67 $198 $216 share the tax obligation, and business remodeling and improvements 82 from St. Patrick's Catholic want him to become an actor I Westinghouse, which built the
Olin Math _'_ 1.20 43% required pay 1968-70 Sir Cedric staged his first showat plant, 'said it's running
$222 $243 yet who can look forward to the : with SBA represen- Church will be on television to- I some
Owens II G 2.50 101% higher Social Security taxes 1971 $222 $259.20If same benefits as an employed tative A. A. Smith.Appointments I the age of 12, a productionof where near its one million.gal-

Pac G & E __ 1.00 31 ,if amendments now before Congress -I your income is below $5- worker. For them the hikes should be arranged morrow.The 14 boys will on Shakespeare's "Merchant of lon-a-day capacity. Plans are in

Pac Lting 2.40 29% are voted into law. What's 400, you would be required to would, in effect, neutralize the through the Chamber Pals appear the Venice" in which he wrote al I the works to add more units and
I Popeye's at 4 on
% I
1.20 28 p.m.
Pac T & T _'- more, the stiffer tax rates pay 3.8 per cent of next year'searnings second-stage tax cut scheduledfor Mitchell said. Jacksonville. push the capacity to 2.2 million
office WFGA-TV show in
Pan Amer A .._ 1.20 32% gallons
and a day.
1965.
Parke Dav _'_ 1.00 27% would apply to fl substantially your employer Businessmen are asked to I Cubmaster Clyde Monroe and Prisoner Bolts
would have to match your con- But the Social Security tax Tankers from Florida still
Pennzoil 2.00 35% increased "wage base" the bring a balance sheet and oper- committee chairman Gene
tributions. You can quickly cal- increases would take away onlya supply part of the water neededat
.80a 47% maximum amount which statement to the inter-i Tracy will accompany the
Pfizer ,. on ating
--- --- ------- culate the JailA
of fraction of
-- amount tax increase our total gains County the base.
Phelps Dg '_ 3.00 67% taxes are calculated of $5,- over this year's 3.625 from the 1964 65 income tax view. group. I

Polaroid _..-__ .20 141% 400 compared with today's $4- per cent rate. I prisoner serving a 30 day

pubSvEG.2.6O 38% The schedule calls for an em- cuts.To illustrate consider the II II sentence for petit larceny temporarily Easterly'VavcBcing
emplo'e -
Pure Oil ,... 1.60 57% 800.1965's cut 29
ploye-employer days off his
-- rate of 4
Rayonier 1.00 35% Social Security tax in 1966-67; 4.5 per centin percent $5,400 with who yearly has a wife earnings and two of::11 SEE by sentence about noon yesterday. WatchedMIAMI
Rexall _'_'_ .50b 49! rate for both employe and em- 1968-70
and 4.8 per cent from children and takes the standardtax Gainesville Police said he
Reyn Mets __- .50 347i ployer, according to the amend- 1971 on.What. deduction. His 1964 incometax ]made a successful bolt for free- (AP) An easterly

Rich Merr -, 1.00 '48% ments, would be 3.8 per cent is the total dollar e f- cut amounts to $97 and 'dom as he and other city prisoners -.wave moving westward in the

R C Dutch Cola -,. 1.73g 1.20 47 1 H. of 1965's earnings against thisyear's feet of all these statistics? this carries over to 1965 and in-II the SUN' were being herded into I tropical Atlantic pushed today
Roy IS
At the $5,400 and above income the where
into the future. His county jail they are
3.625 cent. The rate definitely
.
Searle GD _'_ .90 59% per to a position near the Bahamaswith
level, both employe andemplo'er 1965 second tax cut will served their meals.
stage II
.. __ 2.00 90 would climb to 4.8 cent of II
... Singer ----- per no change in intensity.
---- would .
pay a total of be $41 or a total of $133 in Accident Roundup 4:10 p.m. yesterday. Police said they are lookingfor
65
Smith Kin ___ 1.20a in 1971. Highest winds were estimatedat
earnings
-

32! $167.40 in extra taxes betweennow 1965 and beyond. Involved in accidents reported Thelma B. Goolsby, O'Brien, Willie B. Cook, 22, a Negro,

Sou Oil Cal Cal Ed_ 2.00 1.05 .65%* For the self employed, nextyear's and 1972 or an average From this rise in take home by the Gainesville Police and Richard Dale May, Hampton -whose last address was the Tropical 30 miles storms an hour.sometimes

51 --_- 2.00b 82 rate would be 5.7 percent $23.91 additional in each y e ar pay of $138 in 1965, his Social Department and Alachua Coun- at N. Waldo Rd. and 39th Dunbar Hotel. He had served
St Oil Ind develop from
against this year's 5.4 percent during the next seven years.At Ave. at 2:33 yesterday.DWI day of his sentence. easterly waves
Sterl .65 29% Security tax boost would sub- ty Sheriff's Office in the past p.m. one Reconnaissance
Drug aircraft also
Social the I
The sell employed's $4,800 and under income -
61 .1 tract $31.20. He still would be 24 hours were:
Texas Util __ 1.20 checked another
area of above
Security tax rate wou 1 d level, though, the tax
Textron 1.40 42%i $106.80 ahead. John Predny, Chicago and UF Bestows normal showers in the north
"boosts"
-- jump to 7.2. cent in 1971. between and 1972
Tidewater ---- 32%i per now Putting it in over all dollar Annie T. Pitts, 1242 SW 3rd I James O'Quinn, 39, ,Rt. f, was central Gulf of Mexico.
would the
How deeply new actually would turn, out to be
Trans W A _'. '. 42 terms dramatizes the point Ave., at 9:05: a.m. yesterday at arrested by Gainesville Policeat "
tax
"cuts" Degrees
tax rates cut into because the sched- Law
your paycheck
I E. Univ. Ave. and 1st St, 11:45 yesterday at SE
Union Pac l.OOa 45% even more. When fully effective p.m. !
I ? Who would be hardest ule of rates is being changed.In '
Und Air L 1.50b 48 next year, our federal incometax Clayton Register, 3609 NW 11th Ave. and 11th St. and I CongregationTo
this law were
.1 hit? How much of your ,196465'5Cederal income range the total Fourteen degrees
Upjohn 1.00 52 cut will amount to $11.5 billion 22nd Place and Roy C. Davis charged with driving while intoxicated -:I
income tax reduction decrease for the seven-year period awarded last night at a special
Jim Walter -. 25 .1 annually. Next year's Social 131 SE 21st St., at Archer Rd. Honor Cantor
.would be offset by the boost in would amount to $13.20. banquet and graduation cere-
Ivar Lamb _'_'_ .70 31% Security tax rate boost and Center Drive at 10:15 p.m. Fire Calls of
your Social Security taxes? Clearly, the new tax provi- held by the University
mony Dr. Pincus Gross ,will be hon
Jvorthintn 1.50 45 would hike our contributions to yesterday.. At 12:35: p.m. yesterday, oil '
-
To answer the first question, sions are strongly wighted in Florida College of Law.
107Zenith ,the $1.2 billion and in frame at ored Friday night by Congregation
Xerox system by Lanard W. Jackson, 717 NW heater a 'dwelling
let's assume you are an em- favor of the low income worker. UF vice
-'_ UOa 65% even at the highest rates foreseen 5th Ave., and a parked a u to 1202 NE 2nd SLAt Robert B. Mautz B'Nai Israel after the 8p.m.
ploye earning $5,400 or more a I for Academic Affairs, Sabbath services. To take
; "" t the Social Security tax owned by Randolph Mosely Rt. 9:43 pm.: yesterday, taxi- president
year or you are this ':1 V .'I''d the r- -' ?'curityi the main address, at the SW
AMERICAN STOCK' ual's )' i l6-65 increases would be dwarfed by! 4, in the 900 block of SW 13th cab at 516 SW 4th Ave. delivered place synagogue

EXCHANGE parison emp ;.. 'our gains from the 1964-65 income St. at 7:45 p.m. yesterday.Jesse i At 12:09 a.m. today, called to discussing the professional responsibility Second Terr. and SW Second
o
i I! tax reductions. of the attorney.The Place, the Oneg Shabbat will
would r Perry, 627 NW 2nd airport as safety precaution
OVER THE COUNTER held at honor Gross for his services as
ceremonies
schedule1aw d1 I Tomorrow: How self employed and Martin McQueen, Ocala St.1:while plane made emergency were the
: cantor to congregation.t .
Alico. Land.' -- 8% ; ..0-J I are affected. the first block of SE 15th St. landing. the Holiday Inn.

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Iioaine... Iie Sun Thursday, August 6, 1964


., r- ,f Growing -V Like Candidates for Office, Livestock Market l!

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I
fi : :'
Down to Earth i Citrus Takes
The largest cattle sale of the cutters, $10-12.50: stockers,. $7-

Zinnias Thrive in Hot AirBy year was held this week at the 13.50. ,_ V

In Little EffortWhen Gainesville Livestock Market.
Levy County
; I Calves Good and choice, I
A total of 1,241 head sold I
to I HERVEY SHARPE plants something to lean upon. sulfur dust-or a neutral copper was $18-23; standard, $15-21; utility -
R a newcomer moves Agricultural Extension Service I compared to 1,028 last week.A .
By LEONARD OOBB s Florida from the North, he Zinnias and Green twine attached to green spray. $13-17; stockers, 101950. j

Agricultural Extension Service f wants to plant a citrus tree in zeppelins some !stakes and strung two thirds For more blossoms,, pinchout stronger market was quot- .
folks running for public office Bulls Utility, $15 17.75;
the ,backyard to satisfy his the bud of each zinnia plant ed all
the height of the plants will on slaughter cattle at the
often do better with hot air.
I cutters, $12-15 stockers,, 1017.
Your winter feed supply be-]county are starting productiontesting dream of many years. Since some folks predict a help the flowering plants t 0 just before you think the plantis sale Monday, attended by 61 ;

gins this month. Nothing provides on their herds this year. This is not only a practical long hot summer, you still have stand up and wave their blos- about to set a single flower buyers. Slaughter steers and The local 'market reported alight '
flowering
the cattleman a better I They include Harold Mills, idea, says L. W. Ziegler, professor time to vote, fly a zeppelin and soms skyward. Space the twineso bud. This may delay it will heifers wet steady to 50 cents hog sale Tuesday selling
but
year round feed supply than Charles Hardee of Chiefl and, of fruit crops at the plant zinnias. as to form 6-inch squares. If a few days, higher; cows, steady to 25 cents 254
head compared to 368 a
two
plenty of high quality hay for Frank Bullock Jr., J. P. Sand- University of Florida College of If you decide on zinnias these you have only a. few spindly cause the plant to send up lower; bums' steady to 50 cents

the winter. Grass hay can be lin, Jimmy Huber of Williston, Agriculture, but a good opportunity -', giant long lasting flowers are plants, perhaps it will be eas- more flowers and add a rather mas- higher; and calves, 50 cents week ago. Butcher grades were

made from Coastal Ber m u da, and Troy Burrell of Morriston. to use the Calamondin, sure to add brilliant color to ier to stake each plant and omit sive bank of blossoms higher. I around 50 cents lower. There

Pangola, and some of the Ba The county has purchased a kumquat, or Temple orange for your garden during the hot the maze of string. than a single color head. Stocker cattle I was a good demand for good

hiagrasses. Legume hay can be set of portable scales availableto both their ornamental beautyand days ahead.If Inspect the zinnia bed each Finally, for the fanciest cut were mostly I'feeder pigs which sold for up

made from Alyce Clover, Hairy anyone who wants to go into edible fruit. you are hunting for the afternoon. If there is the slightest flowers you have ever seen, try steady. to 2025.

Indigo and other legumes. Combinations production testing. It may be Most citrus trees will grow odd and the unusual, plant the sign of dropping leaves, covering some of your plants Cattle prices Monday: !
of grass and legumes too late this but could with little effort. In fact, citrus varieties that present contrasting flood the soil wetting it well be- with cheesecloth before the Hog prices Tuesday:
makes excellent hay. year you trees thrived so well along the colors such as the Pepper- low the last root of the plants. first flowers are ready to open. Steers and heifers Good

When making hay, one of the get identified your in cows numbered and be or rivers and lakes of the state before mint Stick and the Ortho Polka. Don't sprinkle the leaves of the 'The filtered light and protec- $21,5022.75; ; standard, $16 17.-I No. 1's, $16.60; No. 2's, $16.20;

most important things to con- for some way. they were cultivated b y The Dark Jewel will produce a plant, because you are inviting tion from insects make flowersof 50; utility, $14-16.50; stockers, No. 3's, $15.30; No. 4's, $14; No.
next
ready
sider is protein level of the year.I man, an 18th century botanistwas flower with twisted and spiky trouble from mildew. If this di- super giant size, clear color 1019. I 5's, $13.30; No. 1 ro's, $13; feed-

hay. Protein can from visited the tobacco market confused over whether petals. sease shows up apply either a and superb quality. Cows Utility, $12 14.50; I ers, up to $20.25

around 15 cent vary down to 2 last week to see some of Levy they were native or not. Dahlia Flowered, Californ i a

cent. per Protein content on County's tobacco sell. The one However, tree growth can be Giant and Super Giant are eye
per thing that was evident to me hindered by two factors ex- catching zinnias with mam-
varies with the fertilizer
grass hays -was that good quality ripe tobacco treme cold and too much water. mouth size blossoms.
and the tender-
program was bringing a premium.This Ziegler warns homeowners they Zinnias are to The
easy grow. WOOLWORTH
at which it is cut. I
ness be able to with these
have must
wind is what the growers cope main essentials are hot weather
Many cattleman u peach wanted and it looks like we are problems if they want success- and sunshine. So, select a sun-
with barn full of:
year a on the road back to quality in ful plantings. ny spot for the flower bed.,Next
straw rather than hay. Some of
growing tobacco. It will pay If the citrus enthusiasts loosen_the soil with a spade to
the hay we have put up in the the following f ide-
follows u
this year to grade the green g a depth of 12 inches or more.
past would not not go over 5 and trashy tobacco out of your lines, he can expect a reason- During the process be sure to /

per cent protein. best quality. able chance for satisfactory development -remove invading tree roots
.
This year, with the help of Ziegler.
Two institutes that will be of says from the bed site. These intruders -
the State Department of Agri- ((1) Plant citrus where cold
will give grief later by
you
in
interest to
Countyare
culture, we are checking hay the Florida some Levy winter winds can be avoided if robbing the flowers of plant I.

samples for growers to deter- Beekeeper'sInstitute there is a tendency for low food and water, plus stunting ,
Clover-
mine just what quality hay we at 4-H Camp temperatures in the area. Such growth.
leaf near Lake Placid, F 1 a.,
are putting up. If you are in- protection is not as necessaryon After clearing away the bed-:
Aug. 20-22, for all interested in
homesites in the southern
terested in getting a protein site debris, sprinkle the a r ea
analysis of the hay you are put- beekeeping as a business or a part of the state. with a amount of commercial -
generous Woolworth's is first-in-its-class with everything for kindergarten through !
hobby and the 23rd Florida i college
ting up, let me know. ((2)) Plant citrus on soil Which fertilizer. Mix the plant
Poultry Institute to be held at is well drained. If the land is food into the soil and rake the II

Florida has dropped from Camp McQuarrie Aug. 24 28. low and poorly drained, it is bed smooth before seeding. (;;-f, Bulky-knit;
17th to 22nd in number of cattlein This is for commercial or back- often possible to build a moundof Plant the seed no more than

the United States, according yard poultrymen. soil and plant the tree on top V inch deep and don't firm cardigan S

to the calf crop report of July, Information on both of theseevents of the mound. This provides a the soil too much. In fact, you 50 ; .
1964. Calving percentage has may be obtained at your j greater amount of soil for root- can pack the earth with the

remained the lowest in the nation -county agents' office. I ing. light spray from the garden 2.99

at 71 per cent. This Is an hose.In. Will Hold ,. *
soil zinnia seeds -. : { Soft Orion acrylic with f
indication that a large numberof I warm Item \ long sleeves,varied neck-
cattle has been sold from the I I germinate within a few days Any R M linesbutton-fronls.White ,

Florida ranches in the last I Gilchrist CountyAgent's and produce an easily identifi- InLAYAWAY I and new fall colors. Size
able seedling that most likely -
year. The calving rate indicates, 4 to 6x.. -
that a large number more aRik I outgrows the weeds. Howe v er, t

needs to be sold. II CornerBy for fastest flower growth be

,Have you low producers In sure to pull out the Looks Jumdmade'

your herd? Production testing I weeds promptly as they are a '
JIM YELVINGTON hog for water and plant food. Girls' gingham cardigan i
Is the best way to tell. J
'I When zinnia seedlings send
Agricultural Extension Service
:Several cattlemen in theUF
forth their first true leaves, dresses :
: I' thin them to stand 8 to 10 3.99

Economist The Gilchrist County Cattle- giving more detailed informa- I inches apart for the small flowered 9
men are planning a barbecue tion concerning lawn diseasesare I varieties and a full 18 { For misses! Orion acrylic 1' # t

dinner for their annual meetingthis available free from your inches for the giants. Delayed >: / 5 : in mock cable i
Wins Award 2"Smart :: : stitch. Crew neck 7-
t
year. This is a social affair county agent. thinning will result in stunted button closing. White.
and business meeting for growth and few flowers.To Small
medium
4-H large.
For DissertationA all Gilchrist County cattlemenand CLUB NEWS overcome the horrors of 1.

their families. The meetingis Ten worthy Gilchrist 4Hersare wasting the plants that are woven plaids in easy-
doctoral dissertation by a to be held next Thursday at attending 4-H Camp Cher- thinned, try planting the seeds ham.care<< combed Velvet cotton and ging lace- Gi rls9 Shetlandtypeorlori

University of Florida economist -Hart Springs. Dinner is to be ry Lake this week on scholar- about twice too thick only on ,trimmed provincial style, I I

has won a $250 award for served at 6 p.m. ships made available by the half of the seedbed and trans- shirtwaists, jacket, jumper ,'s sweater
being recognized as one of University City Kiwanis Club: plant the thinned plants to fill and two-piece effects in '
Main feature of the
three outstanding theses sub- program (Gainesville) and the Gilchrist the entire bed. This is good gar- group. Fall colors. Sizes 7 i ; Y
barbecue dinner j
following the I to 14.Boys'. 3 99E
mitted to a national professional Board of County Commission den psychology. Often the trans
will be slide presentation
society during 1963. a ers. Sincere appreciation is plants thrive better and produce
expressed -
Dr. W. F. Chapman Jr., a showing Soviet agriculture as on behalf of these boys flowers quicker than the S S.. ., Cardigan with square,
Commissioner of
1963 graduate of the College viewed by our and undisturbed seedlings. neckline, grosgrain
girls to these for
Conner on sponsors i trim and matching .
Agriculture, will receive his Agriculture Doyle their interest in our youth. If you can't bring yourself to buttons. Soft Orion
award 18 at the annual his Russian tour. I then it is likely the
Aug. Receiving free trips to camp' thinning, acrylic in white, cot.
meeting of the American Farm Ralph Cellon Sr., president of from the University City Ki- plants will grow spindly tall smooth-Jit 1 r, ors. 8 to 14..

Economics Association at Pur- the Florida Cattlemen's Associ- wanis Club are: Maxine Mob- and will fall over when deckedout Orion stretch / t

due University, according to ation, and Art Higbie, exeuctivevice ley, Lavonia Courtney, Johnny with a giant size blossom.
Dean M. A. Brooker. president of the FloridaCattlemen's If you find yourself in this Chanel-type Orion"sweater
Parrish and Art Town send. socks .pt .
Chapman is a staff memberof Association, also Those receiving free camp predicament then give the crew \
the USDA Marketing Economics
are scheduled to appear. Our trips from the Board of County
Division, and is stationed at own Rep. Howell Lancaster and Commissioners are : Betty Lions Club Jqf i
its Gainesville field office.
Sen. Etter Usher also are being Blitch, Ray Summers, Craig

agricultural The Association economists, a society, selected for- invited to participate. Watson, Dale Rogers, Paula To SponsorFish 3.99

Chapman dissertation and All Gilchrist cattlemen and Townsend and Van Hagan. Fry r Fashion neckline on band-

two others as the year's best their families are invited to attend Other Gilchrist boys and Soft blend of 752 Orion r some mock cable knit

theses received from doctoral this annual get togetherat girls taking advantage of this The University City Lions acrylic, 255 stretch nylon, sweater in 100Z Orion*
candidates from the U.S. and Hart Springs. Rememberthe week of fun and making new Club will fish Reinforced heel, toe. Ten t acrylic. "'bite, colon.
a fry
friends at Camp Cherry Lake sponsor 1 Small, medium, large.
Canada. The chairman of Chap- date and time Aug. 13 at tomorrow at the corner of N.W. popular colors Small fits
local are: Herbie Parrish, Eugene sizes 6-8a? ; large fits sizes ,
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man's supervisory comma t tee, p.m.
10th Avenue and 4th Street be- i'to
Wiggins, William A. Rogers 9-11. Also men's sizes 10 ,
R. Colson or :
Dr. M. R. Godwin, will attend president, Clyde t
tween 4:30 and 8 's
p.m. 13,79y. i
Billy I. Rogers, Edward Bar-
Jim Yelvington of
the meeting with Chapman.The County Agent
Proceeds from the annual
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title of Chapman's pa-;your plans to attend. Parrish, Ernest Matthews, project will be used for the

tion per was Relationships"Demand and for Substitu-Florida CENTIPEDE DYING? Larry Lindsey, Danny Powell, club's eyesight campaign, including Stock up for school!! ', A 'must for gym!
Shelia Powell, Edwin Powell corneal transplants, eye
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and California Valencia Oran- Warm humid weather of recent '
ges Produced for Fresh Mar- weeks has caused brown, Dan Hays, Ken Hays and Rus- examinations and glasses for misses' panties (' -- ; misses' sneakers
ty Yelvington. people who couldn't afford
ket. to be of consider-
patch fungus
Gilchrist is camping with them. 49< 1.99
able damage to many lawns,
Dixie and Flagler Counties Cost of the fish fry is a dollara
FoundationGoes particularly in centipede grass, again this Soft comfortable acetate tricot with ; : ... y, Classic laced front cotton denim.
but also all other lawn grasses. -, year. person. woven elastic waistband, full cut s' ;::. r' ---" f f r yJ'n,,., Rubber soles/ ,foam insoles,print
Brown patch fungus kills the double back. Woven' elastic leg .: >, y lining.White,multi-colors,blue*
opening White,sizes 5 to 10. "''
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grass in more or less

YORK (AP) The spots patches and that may begin expand as to small several Buy A New Toro! Girls never have enough t Special!Students'.

James Foundation announced il feet in diameter. This disease cotton panties wallets
has given away its last $96 million ]- may also cause a thinningof ; jumbo

and will go out of existenceDec. the turf over a large area. No Down Payment! I .39rVactiau j4&I; kh545 88*

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fund was founded in the Control is made difficultby No Carrying Charges! combed cotton dimple knit Calf, alligator or reptilegrainedvinyl
will of Arthur Charles James, panties with elastic waistband,doa "d i : "'"y., .. plastic 100-photo walletsor
who once owned one-seventh olall daily rains. The following reinforced crotch, frilly leg opening. cLa t' ,; ,alt';, a or fitted style with comb and i

the railroad mileage in the materials the organism, however causing, will the kill I Up To One Year To Pay! White, sizes 214. :r ;'H- k4 y'yyy s 2S g, mirror. Great colon!

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He died in 1941, leaving $26 taining fungicides, Tersan, Kro- Highest Trade-in For' teen-age figures j Kiddles9 and subteens

million to the fund, which was Acti-dione RZ. Bulletins ,
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I' Some trustees of it ended was it invested sooner. In Egg Market 95 1.00 J ; too P tax
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such stocks as International I 80 ,I Gentle support for a growing figure. ,. Miniature copies of mothers'
Business Machines and American JACKSONVILLE (AP) The 0'' ,II Circle stitched bra. AAA cup, 28-* L tote! Smooth call-grained expanded
Natural Gas. Northeast Florida Egg Market I J & up. 'l 34; AA and A cup, 30-36. Starter Tt s,s "r vinyl totes are surprisingly -'
fj Bra.One cup,28-34.Foam padded roomy for the size. Fawn
It grew and grew. Over the prices to retailers:' contour bra.AA cup,30-36. 1 y black, red, bone, walnut colors

years the fund has given away Extra large 42tt 46, mostly We Take I= o x' in group.

$42 million, In addition to the 45; large 40H 45, mostly 42; > "

$96,350,000 in the final grants. medium 34-37, mostly 35-37; Trades! -M- I Little girl cotton ,. ribs'y.. ;: Teens' waterproof

The last gift went to 92 institutions small 25H-29, mostly 27. I school dresses clutch
in amounts ranging from I Poultry at farms: fryers 13%; bags

$100,000 to $5.5 million. hens TORO. ,,
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DEAR ABBY '= D rt'Tlxltkc ALL tXJ< EiHCNK ABOUT C/OO DCN"CARe ANtTHIN6
xp ** I Fr QtIMUSCIANSE.I !IS /OL'R STUPJI>MUSIC!JAIL ABOUT OTHB PEOPlE'IOU(
) ci KNOIJ bJNAT VOU THINK( ABOUT IS VOUftMltflC DON7 CARE ABOUT LOVE OR
Whjt's your problem For a gentral LAVE IS! ( AND'rOfRSEUIES'( TENP RNESS OR_

pylR Topless Shock reply, write to Abby. Box 3365. (qC\

Barcrly Hills Calif.. 90212 and i Ct t7?

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DEAR ABBY: When I first heard about the topless bathing DEAR STANDING: You were justified in feeling that yon r-WHO I A friend-arid to -\ a f I IT STOPPED!! O"O' .
suits for women I thought it was just a lot of talk. were not being treated fairly, but you'd have been wise to : e SAID prove my friendship, IS MAH BEST FRIEND r,
But yesterday I was shopping in one of our finest depart- have said nothing. The daughter versus the daughter-in-law no geed THAT? I'll stop the music!! fl$4r ( WAAREVER."YO'S t 1 1C 1aw

ment stores, and I actually SAW one for sale! Is it pos- competition is as old as the marriage law, and you won't _A4 lto Icill -
sible that our American women would even consider wearinga win that battle in one round. l& yewrself.n. r r
in ? If have indeed reached *
topless swim suit public so, we z
the lowest point in our so-called civilization. Even lower DEAR ABBY: There is a boy in my neighborhood who -'
than the decadence which preceded the fall of the Roman used to like me, but he hasn't paid any attention to me fora I. ,)
Empire. Have we become so numb to indecency that nothingis whole year. Would it be all right if I called him up ofgJ JJ

sacred any more? We are at the same time strivingfor and asked him what I did to make him mad at me? :: a ., CGYl.
world peace. Who cares if Khrushchev pushes the but- I have asked all the kids he is friendly with if they know '

ton? What's left to save? why he 'hardly ever says "hi" to 'me, and they say they 4a
MOTHER OF GIRLS don't know. Maybe if I could talk to him I could get .. ;
DEAR MOTHER: The bottoms. him interested in me again. I am 15 and so is he.HUNG.
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UP ON HIM
DEAR ABBY: My mother-in-law has five grandchildren, +vrr
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DEAR HUNG : you
two of which are my children.: Ever since I can recall, I '-
kill any future interest he may have in you don't ask .
on the mornings of their birthdays she would give me some ii
his friends any questions about him. Forward females fin- I'LL BE RIGHT THAR,
them from
cash and ask me if I minded buying a present -
her. She said it was hard for her to get around, etc., etc.I ish last. (1-1I TH'HOUSE ELVINEV-GOONIN AN'MAKE

have always bought the gifts andsaid, nothing. The last 114rn VORESELF AT HOME .. 3o
time she asked me if I minded, I said, "Yes, I DO mind," DEAR ABBY: I read your column daily. May I commenton

and I told her why. Abby, I have driven from one end of the "baby sitting" issue: I! c lz ilAsu.Etc
this town to the other while she personally shopped for birth-
day gifts for her other grandchildren her daughter's When young people refuse to "sit" for their parents, or I I
children and if she can ask ME to drive her around while demand payment from their parents for this service, it is M.i .
she shops for THEM, she can ask her daughter to drive her the PARENTS who have failed, not the children. They
around while she shops for MINE. She told my husband, should have been taught respect for their elders at an I

and he is furious with me. Was I wrong? early age. $ 0
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1:00 Q Best of Groucho Vengeance." Linda Please 1:55 O D News
O Surfside 6 Stevenson ran off to Bra-:10:30 O CD (Color) Word for 2:00 O Loretta YoungO
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1:25 Q Greatest Headlines two-million-dollar fortune, I O I Love Lucy Password RmOSt-BUT NOT QUIT?, etrFl T rL1 5+41
5:30 Q Newscope but he's hired private MELISSAANCl FOR THE THINK I THE WAY rr rldtsr I AM CREAnN3
eye 10:55 Q CD News 2:30 O O Doctors THAT5THE. flSOIAENXICANNOTSAYWHflTITIS/ PHIU... S ISHflLLGSLLTHB *
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Sports that Wilson does his job. CD Jacksonville O To Tell The Truth
FBI iN
C:30 O 0 CD News O Nurses University 3:25 O News
11:30 Q CD (Color) JeopardyO I
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i 7:00 O Rifleman "The Guilt of Molly Pete and Gladys 1 3:30 O G3 (Color) You Don'tSay ai
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"The Photographer. Kane." 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When

Q Movie: 11:00 O O CD News O"Love of Life O Edge of Night
"The Last Time I Saw 11:25 0 Movie: 12:25 O News 4:00 Q Match Game s{

Paris. (1954)( ) A soldier in "Double or Nothing." 12:30 O CD (Color) Truth or O Secret Storm

postwar Paris meets and ((1937)) An eccentric millionaire's ConsequencesO Popeje's Pals \ _
Americangirl.
marries an Search for Tomorrow
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After he leaves the will complicatesthe 12:45 O Guiding Light
Army, be struggles to lives of several peo 12:55 Q CD News 4:30 O Burns and Allen t 1111'M It I DADDY WHERE WHY WOULD SHE

earn a living as a reporter ple. Bing Crosby, Martha 1:00 O News O Supercar OFF TOA I You I IWERENTEVGEN DID MAMA GO? ,;I ITo GET AU.UKE PRESSED THAT uP

for a news service. Raye. O Midday SHOWER.DEAR vH suRE JUSTTOTAKE J
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11:30 O CD Johnny Carson "China ((1945) Randolph a
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Johnson, Donna Reed, 1:15 Q Focus 2 LAOK GREAT
Walter Pidgeon.! Eva Damme.Gabor, Art Van I I 1:30 O CD (Color) Let's Make Scott, Anthony hHQ r r

D Arrest and Trial I a DealRooney Quinn.in &

7:30 Q Temple Houston FRIDAY s; ; :iIk + ,{i 3 E,. -Q-
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"Ten Rounds for Baby." 6:10 CD Continental Classroom s,
Joey Baker is a good American Government .
man with his fists in a Van Show .
barroom-and Kate Fitz- say Q ScopeO Opposite Dyke y L< J e'b
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1:30 'Q '(D Dr. Kildare 1:40 CD (Color) Living Words fall, it will be Mickey Rooney, about what could be an I DADW THINKS YOU HAVE A 'r

"Speak Not in Angry 6:45 O Pastor's Study against Dick Van Dyke.If eight-ball position. His "Mick 'wp r WONOIRUL BUSINESS HtAD.!-YOLfD OvER BRING HERE YOUR! WEU DRIVER START ,,, 9
Whispers." Hildy Pochek CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor television has a boot hill, it ey" series centers about a family -'1-1I..... GO 10 WORK FOR.YOUR.DAWS 1-1 MEAN BE A MEMBER C* THIS CLUB-AND THE LESSON! .
suffers from an acute hy- I is network time periods oppositehit the usual husband, wife and: FIRM,PAJ5Y-YOU MEAN, PERMANENTDOUGJ.A5 PLAY LOT-.BUT YOU'D IE IZ -
1:50 O Farm and Home shows. SORT OF ADVERTISING PROMOTION LET 3 HON TO RIIN ATOP
persensitivity to sound. two children, who inherit a resort !
1:00 O Perry Mason 1:00 O CD Today I Perfectly good programs of- hotel.A .y 50 IM! THE THE BIG OFf PR05 SEASON MGUE55 YOUR REGULAR FAC W-WHEN DADDY ii _

, "The Case or the Guilty O Local News, Weather ten die from lack of attention. Hollywood film studio is a''.4 WIT! YEAR JOB!Rpt1ND W. -
aircraft Last season's victims included blends
Clients. When place where the real
7:05 0 Ranger Hal "
designer Jeff Bronson's The Judy Garland Show, with the unreal and imagination 1 ,
7:50 O Local News. Weather
overwhelmed NBC's "Bonanza
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experimental ship crasheson merges with practicality so of-
a test flight, Bronson's 8:00'0 Captain Kangaroo ," and NBC's "Espionage," ten and so well that it is hard to

former wife suspects sab- 9:00 O Divorce Court which never had a chance tell where one leaves off and QII l
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CD (Color) Romper Room "
1:30 O O New Christy I lies. 20th Century-Fox, for in-
Minstrels 9:30 O People Are Funny This season ABC proposed to stance, they have constructed c
(Debut) (Color) The first toss the veteran Rooney into the permanent outdoor sets for
of five programs starringthe CD Jack La Lanne ratings battle against the top- ABC's new "Peyton Place," in
folk-singing group. 10:00 Q Make Room for rated "The Dick Van Dyke an area containing the studio's Iz HE CAME OUT Itt.SEE WHAT I YES, CM,AAA'AAA, PONY FRET DEAR! HERE AT THs'FAR'
10:00 O CD Kraft Suspense Daddyo Show. fire TO PROTECT ME CAN DO/MISS SIR... I PIDNTMEANTO HE HAS A CONSCIENCE NO ONE ASKED[ HIMANYTHING
commissary, departmentand 8 SIR,ITS MY WHILE I WATTiP CANYON.' YOJ PUT roueHUSBAND BECAUSE Hl: 5P0KE .' THIS
Theatre-Drama News Rooney, the pint-sized David other work-a-day buildings.so O 6 FRIEND,SHAKY FOR >CHJ-AND; STAY WITH MY j TO ALL HAR5HLf 10 YOU!.. WILL.MAKE HIM
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and girls there now culti--This policy rested firmly a n for painting. If Paris fashion's >.c DoN't + .I
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vate matching spit curls and four principles that the Soviet next
WASHINGTON It is too development is a bright SEE BEETLE i s sM f MEREATTWlSSEMT2V: _
melodramatic to say that hair ringlets so that nobody can tell could live by: decalcomania for madame's AhIYU1MRE. II
Is at the crossroads? Perhaps, the boys from the girls.In ((1)) Young men who wore pate, Washington must watchits ,..... { y POST
and yet something disturbing this way their hair be- girls' hair had to stay in the step. < I iii.niiiiCa ; u ? 1r f
Is happening to hair all throughthe comes an instrument for ex- house if they didn't want their England has pioneered the
Atlantic basin. pressing their lack of individ-I noses punched. ((2)) Musicians effeminate cut for young men. 1j It !IliMjiE t 1 i f .

At one extreme a French uality and gives them kicks [without haircuts were kept on It comes at a time when Bri-I }

costumer has just presented his when the old folks protest.As :starvation wages. (3)) Wigs tain is feeling weakened by loss II -
liveliest model with her sJ.unsha.ed one boy-girt put it, the old were confined to women who of its empire and increasingly, I fE I r
as smooth as a Roc folks were too timid in their had been shaved bald for sur- impotent under the shadow of I I II I, $ III MII

egg. At the other, we have day to grow spit curls. rendering to the "wehrmacht" the nuclear giants. If the boys'hair li 1 Q
such British singing groups as What we have is. an extra- ((4)) While it was generally con- continues to lengthen and I tl ..
ordinary ferment in hair. The ceded did have I
the, Beatles and the Rolling that blondes curl, Washington will have to.
West cannot decide whether to who switched
Stones with faces framed by more fun, women re-examine Britain's intentionsfor
seaweed billows of hair. cover it with wigs, shave it hues were universally put dealing with a blast situa-
off, bleach it, dye it, punish it, down as bad marriage risks. I HA5HAS YES.PATTI.XDU rFFLEA5E,.. \ HE5 C N BEATEN UP ..Lwr I wilt To TML>G
In this country' women have ,talk back with it, or forget it, The breakdown of this grand tion.The popularity of wigs and ,r oucee PUKE \ n SORRY TO AWAKEN SOMETHING JKKE AFKAJP THAT'TELL ME..HAS J&APLY..BUT i HOPE HOT ABOUT rah PMT11:..
just come through a long bout as the Rolling Stones have done.It old code is : 650METHW3! 7 VDU AT TH)5) HOUKL PATTI HAPPENS /SOMETHING WCUUJ HE BEEN HWtr/SEncusiY.' HE'S B EN HOW MUCH t arEwa
political phenomenom and
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with ,wigs. And now the ladiesare dyes WRONG? X-KIT I FBI IT KST THAT W 6AR1'r wRENT 1CII. May f >rK TAKEN TO THE HO5PTTAL.! You OWE I HJO. .
takes no great talent for of considerable importance. in the United States reflects the I TALK WITH gnu TONIGHT
wondering, is it true absurd interpretation to see Seen in this light, it can .abiding belief, fostered here by it..i
blondes have more fun? that the Western Alliance's be a useful indicator of com the films and potboilers, that

It is hard to remember a confusion, indecision and ing political events.It the fast woman is indispensableto 1
time when the western world squabbling over policy is being is no accident, for ex- the American way of life.. r t
was more emotionally involved recapitulated in its peoples' ample, that the bald headed If American women quit l_ H-
with its hair. Ham handed po confusion, indecision and woman originates in Paris, bleaching start shaving and
lice_ magistrates regularly squabbling over what to do where Gen. De Gaulle's flirta-I dipping their skulls in Easter- _
sentence gorgeously coiffed adolescents" with their hair. tion with Moscow is wU adI I egg dye, Sen. Goldwater should J
to crewcuts, on the In the bygone day when the vanced. The Russians' love .carry every state. IL d'6h

theory that juvenile delin- alliance stood monolithic for hand painted Easter eggsis Provided, of course, that the ,. ir
quency can be ,eliminated by against Stalin's militant com- well known, and the shaved- American male does not start
barbers. A recent news story munism, the people of the West skull fashion suggests nothing growing spit curls and ringlets.

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Turnpike Tolls WANT-AD RATES u..1- TINY TOT _I ; .' SPUR A BE ANOt1E D

PERPLEXENISLE
PLAY SCHOOL
Nearly Double WANTEDHAVE PH. 372.8441 GoucE
Visit ut and see for yourself.
-I 74 SE 8th St. FR -780a-- ACROSS SS.Footlike t T. A RHO. D U H
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Over Last Year 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED part MAYOR ONCE: _

I I Classified Only I COCKTAIL WAITRESS over 21. 6.poison Reliquary" 1.structor Golf la-. 0 R S K tN. A L T 0

Daily cash tolls on the 265- .' Apply In person to Thirsty Gator, 10. Liberate 28. Cover A 0 _D S DELL I N
633 N.W. 13th St. after 1:00 P.M.
mile Florida Turnpike averaged YOU .- i| DEADLINES I LADIESIF 12. Hobgoblin 29. Obese _E A 5 E. I A0 ri E

$34,613 during July. The s| s I you like to meet people & get 13. Potential 30. Three-toed N 0 V PAS I US.A .
I Tu f. thru Frt. papers-3 p.m. Day before publication paid for it, see our company representative metal sloth
daily cash toll average in July, __ For ads lo go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. == '.11 Tues thru Sat. 14. Leather R O M A CRAZE D
i For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sa in our office Rm. 205 Baird 31. Turn right
1963, was $17,710. THESE == _en Hdwe. Bldg. or phone 37f-848S 1u.k 32.Sawlike AIR t E T T A R E: L Y
ANY OF | (Minimum ad 4 lines) for appt. Must be over 21. Part 17. BAD
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Singingsyllabic ARE. &
John R. Phillips Turnpike c time 4 hrs.-day & 5 days-wk. part & 5 1

I i FAMILY RATES I No selling. no collecting. $1-25 34.Timber tree
Authority Chairman, said the per hour salary. 18. Exist 36.; SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZII !

i 1 Insertion ............................................... sic line WANTED experienced waitress. KIng
facility earns an additional $3, THINGS I TO SELL? : 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line 9= Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- 19. Goose topper DOWN
BOO daily income in concessionand : 6 Insertions .............................................. 17c line 5 rant. 310 NW 13th St. genus 37. Live 7.Daddy
12 Insertions ............................................... 14c line 1. 8. Hard.
other revenues. : Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned LOOKING for a nice job and pleasant 20. Playhouse 38.Hnh DisguIses hearted
=i x number of Insertions. 00 surroundings selling cos- 22. Run be. 39.Intoxicating 2.Unimportant
== == metics and gifts? This is an excellent -

Phillips said the turnp i k e They'll Bring You Extra Cash i I Five letter words per line i opportunity for an experienced tween ports pepper 11.9.Morays Anger _
person. Apply Mrs. Wrbb.Gresham' 23.Negative plant 3. Knock
performance during the first
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answer 40. { Ilntola
seven months of 1964 indicates 00 Same as 2 lines =_ Florida Teaching HospitaL r. 4.UnltedNa 16. Cupid
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8 Pt. ordinary type Dutch com 41.Horrible tions: abbr.
total annual earnings of $14 mil YOUR "ROAD mune 18. Century
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lion, "more than a million dollars ,: Rugs 1 12 Pt ordinary Same as type 3 line TO SUCCESS"Do 25. Soft drink 45. Potato 6. Anthropoid 19.mountain High

above the earnings estimate -
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made in 1961." Guns 5 18 P t. ordinary type sentative calling on you I Z J + 5 7 0 J 22. Legume

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CHANCERY. CASE No. 12120 ordinary type
Boats == 'a == you an excellent earning
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION value
VELMA SCOTT LEIS. opportunity. Start now for

a Widow. Tents big Christmas profits. No 11 fl3 19 27.Twinge
Plaintiff, I I Part / 28. Sward
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HAZLE BRANCH, M Widow, Books E ordinary type = time. Write Avon, P. O. 21 = / 2Z. n 29.Retainer

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FORECLOSE MORTGAGETO ., Plants H The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one / 32. Sparse
: SAM CLIFTON ..\ 5 incorrect Insertion. nor will It be llabl for any error In adver3 Z7 wZ8 U S3.Afghan
Address Unknown Pianos = tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the sate occupied 5 ?f% @; $,
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HAZLE BRANCH = be made on error that do not materially effect the value of == This position offers the right woman : U 35. Genuine
Address Unknown Stoves == the advertisement. a wonderful opportunity with i/ f':
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large local company. She must 3- 1S" lP/k Jfc J1
EVA WILBERT BRIGHTMAN The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege/ of revising or le- have the ability to meet and deal ;:i'; 39.Norse
Address Unknown Radios letting any advertisement which It deems objections! and to with the public. Typing and shorthand W
\\y = change the classification of any advertisement from that org an absolute must. Excellent JD; 59 r 40 county
WILLIAM BRIGHTMAN dared to conform to the policy of the paper. : opportunity for advancement to : 40.PoorrSt

Address Unknown Skates an executive type position. Salary of fleece
iI uulmimlilula\ mnulwtmmltuuulawcunt! ljiuutunlaujiipiullmmuauululuamumluuulmanleva eomensurate with ability. Apply : 4t. : I'" part
BERTHA A. M. CONOVER I in person to Fla. State Employ- 8144 42. From

Address Unknown Trunks ment Office, 413 SW 2nd Ave.. Ifj' 43.Symbol for
Gainesville Fla.
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RACHELE GRIMALDI gold
CURB WAITRESSES day and
Address Unknown Jewelry night shift top wages. Applyin Por time 21 rnlru ** Newsfeoiwe. 8/6

NICHOLAS person Jerry's Restaurant
J. GRIMALDI
THEREIS 2310 S. W. 13th St.
Address Unknown -
Bicycles Waitress to work night shift 6 daysa .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that week. Good salary. Apply Sandwich
VELMA SCOTT LEIS hs filed her Bill TV Sets Inn. 110 N.E. 16th Ave. 12 Male Help Wonted 12 Male Help Wanted
of Complaint aginst you in One Eighth Phone FR 6-0924.
Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and for MARRIED man age 25.50 for Industrial SALESMAN. Great opportunity for
Alachua County. In Chancery being Chan- WAITRESS experienced breakfast Insurance debit guaranteed personable ambitious go getter
cery No. 12120 the nature and purpose of ClothingCameras ., and lunch. Call Restaurant. starting salary good oppor with prestige firm. High earning
which suit Is'to foreclose Plaintiff's University Inn. FR 26333. tunity for right man. Call 372- potential. Extra benefits. Send

Mortgage, recorded In Mortqage Book : 2 Ladies age 30 to 45 for general 7167 for interview. resume to Box 481 A GainesvilleSun.

lit page 636. of the Public Records of l office work. Typing necessary. No WANTED FOUR roofers at once. .
AUchua County covering the following shorthand. Prefer one to have Also 3 sheet metal men. Call 371- AGE NO BARRIERIF
described property: Antiques fie some perpetual inventory experi-! 1311 or 376-5568. you need to keep busy & earn
The South half of the SoutheastQuarter WORTHWHILE
3728327.SALESLADY. .
ence. money at the same time we
of Lot of LANDLEY'S ROUTeslESMAN
One. for soft drink
need Accident & Health Insurance
ADDITION the 5 day week. Company you.
to City of Furniture company salary plus commission agent with one of Flor
Gainesville, as per Plat A, page 306, k benefits. including retirement plan. age 25-40. Must be bondable. Ph. ida's oldest companies no experience *
Section 4. Township 10 S, Range M Apply Manager. Singer Co., 216 FR 28511 Nine to 5 weekdays. necessary, company will
20 E. Public Records of Alachua W. Univ.WANTED
Livestock WANTED experienced grill cook give complete training at their
County Florida. .f; a* t ;,f TTS Operator, good work apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant expense. See company representative
YOU ARE HEREBY required to. k ing conditions good pay. Con 310 NW 13th St. in Rm. 205 Baird Hdwe.
serve a copy of.your Answer or Pleading Diamonds tact Stafford Caldwell, Gainesville Bldg. 9-11. Tues thru Sat. or
to the Bill of Complaint on the Plain :: tf Sun. INSURANCE Sale I sman wanted. phone 3768485 for appt.
tiff's attorney. GEORGE L PINK. Excellent opportunity for right

1314 Harvey Building, West Palm I Fish Poles LPN for new born infant care & man. Established debit. Salaryand
Beach. Florida. and file the original prepare evening meal live in commission. Excellent oppor WANTED retired or semi-retired
Answer or Pleading in the office of the : for 2 weeks around Nov. 1st. No tunity for advancement. Call I I part or full time help. Sales
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before Used Cars READINGIN cleaning or ironing. Ph. 376-3563. 372.5173 or write P. O. Box 121, experience necessary. For appointment
the 18th day of August A. D. 1764. Gainesville. call 3768361. Willis
rf SECRETARY with bookkeeping
If fail to do judgment default -- Butts.
you so. by 1r
knowledge. Only experienced per ESTABLISHED Florida stock brokerage -
will be taken against you for therelief Auto TiresAquariums son should apply. Salary determined firm is in process of expanding .
demanded In the Bill of C 0 nv by ability. Send complete retail sales. Interested in YOUNG man to work as salesmanfor
plamt. resume to Box 482A GainesvilleSun. licensed registered representative local men's clothing store.
DONE AND ORDERED at Gainesville F who desire opportunity in a grow- Phone 374-5231 Mr. Ashley. i
Florida this 21st day of July ing area. Write qualifications and
A. D. 164. WANTED saleslady must have iew- WANTED TTS Operator good working
requirements to PWM, P. 0. Box
J. B. CARMICHAEL. Clerk. Row Boats elry store experience & references. 156, Gainesville, Fla. conditions good pay. Con
Circuit Court Alachua County. Steady position, good salary. tact Stafford Caldwell Gainesville .
FloridaBY Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. WANTED retail milk route salesman Sun.
: NANCY J. PACE age 25-45, must be bond-
Clubs
Golf
Deputy Clerk BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn able. Apply to Jim Johnson at
(Court Seal) THE up to $S per hour demonstrating Carlton's Dairy, Phone 372.5406
GEORGE L. PINK famous Studio Girl for appt.SALESMAN.. ELECTROLUX OWNERS
Plaintiff TypewritersMotorcycles Cosmetics. Full or Part Time
Attorney for .
Phone 376-4334 after ,. To train for managers Prompt friendly service on
1314 Harvey Building
position. Company benefits Includ-
Electrolux cleaner Free
your
West Palm Beach, Florida WANTED Legal Secretary ing retirement plan. Transportation
pick up and delivery Call or
First Publication: July 23. 1744.' to begin work by August 21, furnished. Apply Manager.
write authorized Electrolux
(3514) 7:23 30: 8:6 13 974 f fb SUN or earlier. Salary commensurate Singer Co. 216 W. Univ. Ave.
Sales & Service.
CALC FOR BIDS Used Trucks with experience and ability.
Sealed bids will be received by the Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and WANTED: Ph. 372-7S11 2224 NW 6th St.
Blue Shield. For interview con- (1) Radio audio tape recorder
Board of Control until 2:00 P.M. August GAfNESVILLE, FLA.
27. 1964 at the office of the President RefrigeratorsBaby tact E. A. Clayton or James E. technician must have had civilian
Tigert Hall. University of Florida Clayton. Phone 3729591. experience, be able to supply
Gainesville. Florida at which time character & work reference. Must
and place all bids received will be publicly Buggies WANT want a permanent fob regular FREE ESTIMATES on
opened and read aloud for furnish hours opportunity and good pay.
AMBITIOUSYOUNG (2) T.V. & F.M. antenna Installer. FURNACES and Quality
ing all materials and labor for the construction -
Electric Motors Apply In person to:
PROJECT of: : Connection of Engineeringand Everybody acclaims our Jiffy Go- MAN COUCH'S Central AirConditioners
Jacket. Chanel styled. It tops 60S N. Main St.
Industries Building lo Reed Labo
Store dresses separates. Field Representative, age f A.M. to 12 or 2 to t P.M.
ratory. University of Florida. Gainesville. EquipmentFarm

Fla. State Project No. 2055. Jet Speed knitting large needles ADS 23 to 30 High School

AMOUNT OF BID DEPOSIT: $22.00000 2 strands of knitting worsted graduate, to train for
DEPOSIT FOR PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS Machinery for this |jacket. In 2 lengths. Pat in finance. Car FURNITURE by jSfifffBest
: 530.00 tern 974: directions sizes 3234; 36- career
Bidders sending bids by mail should address Infant's 38 Incl./ necessary. Good salary to UPHOLSTERYFor
In Internally
equipment
them to D. Neil Webb Zone Architect Clothing insurance using
start, bonus, vocation, top quality workmanship Insulated .
Board of Control Care of Dr. J. Thirty-five cents In coins for this ducts designed
.
Wayne Rettz. President University of Machines pattern add 15 cents for each and retirement call engineered and Installed
Florida Gainesville. Florida. Bids, if Sewing pattern for 1st mailed/ should be delivered to the above special handling. Send to Laura GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
address not later than one hour before Office Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft Announcements Phone Southern Discount & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
bid opening.All Equipment Dept.. P. 0. Box 141 Old UPHOLSTERY
work shall be done In accordance Chelsea Station New York 11, N.Y. Company, in Starke 964- 1508 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8268

with the drawings and specifications prepared Movie Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, 0101 for appointment. Free Estimates-PICK up and 111 NE 21rd Blvd.
by Willis L. Stephens, A. I. A.. Equipment NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. 3 LOST & FOUND delivery. 24 Hour Service

Architect In association with ForrestM.
Kelley. Jr.. A.I.A., Architect to the Outboard Motors NEW FOR 19451! 200 designs LOST black billfold between NW
Board of Control. Work shall be in more fashions to knit crochet than 39th Ave. & Alachua General
accordance with contract documents per everl Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery Hosp., containing valuable papers -
dolls' clothes. Send 25 & money. Reward. 911 NW
taming hereto which drawings specifications Sports Equipment 40th Ave.
cents for new Needlecraft Catalog.
and other contract documents
be secured examined LOST orange & white cat with black
may or by con-
VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT
Vacuum Cleaners
tacting D. Nell Webb. Zone Architect PATTERNS in deluxe, new Quilt collar. Generous reward. Return
to 41? NW
,
10th Ave Apt. B.
Board of Control. Building E. University Book. For beginners experts. Send
of Florida G+Inesville. Florida. Furniture 50 cents now I
General contractors may secure draw- Nursery 4 Personalized Services

Ings and specifications for a deposit of
(3000 per set with a limit of two sets LEARN 10 DRIVEl Special attention -
per contractor. The cost of each set will Fishing Equipment to nervous or elderly.
be refunded to the Bidder upon his return Easy Way Driving School. FR D /yAVE
_!7-7007 Lie by State of Fla
of the documents to the Zone Arch. Washing Machines
itect's office WITHIN 14 DAYS AFTER
BID DATE. This deposit shall be the 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE

monetary consideration of the Bidders Building Materials
agreement hereinafter referred to. You KUT 'N KURL

General contractors subcontractors material Beauty Saloon
dealers and other Interested parties Heating Equipment Beauty on a BudgetAll
may secure full or partial sets of work guaranteed.
plans and specifications by paying the PERM. $5.00 up THIS WEEK'S
printing and handling cost of plans at Musical Instruments SHAM.-SET $1.50 up
the rate of SI.00 per sheet cost not 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7726
refundable and by depositing the sum Open nights by appt SPOTLIGHT
of $10.00 for specifications which costIs Camping Equipment :f"f is ONFRED'S
refundable, upon return of the specification l
Can E SPECIAL NOTICESNurse d'
in good condition WITHIN 14 ;
4s ROOM
DAYS AFTER BID DATE. Plumbing EquipmentChildrens 'Jf'r LOCKER
Each bid must be submitted In strict will care for 1 or 2 elderly ,
accordance with the or disabled people In my home. 7 I.
Proposal Form 1' ON N.W. 13th ST.
} .
Reasonable. Phone 3766531. ( CI"/I
fully completed which Proposal Fo r m Playthings )
will be shown in the specifications.IF WORKING girl needs transportationfrom :'h; 1f 1\\-\ .':(
ANY GENERAL CONTRACTORFAILS Archer Road to Gainesville / :. ftfr HAPPY HOUR i is an exclusive feature ot the Locker

TO SUBMIT A BONA FIDE BID ElectricalAppl.iances hours from 1 to 5. Phone 376- ,sew 111 Room, when all cocktails are two for the price of one.

HIS DEPOSIT CHECK SHALL BE FOR. 2849. Beginning at S P.M. the "hour" extends through
FEITED. 1964 PARADE OF HOMES !. ... iLi"e:; ."
Each bid shall be Parakeets 7 P.M.
accompanied by II Dogs Cats Buy August 9-16. .Benefit ;'P:5 -
Certified Cashier's. Treasurers Check -Junior Woman's Club Charities. ..; .. ;j; The STEER ROOM, known for its sedate atmosphere

or Bank.Bank Certified Draft on checks any Natjonal shall have qr State State See any member for tickets. :. _..... soecializes in delicious steaks cooked to your perfection

Documentary Stamps attached. Checks J. CHRISTIANSEN ,f.ji< from 5:00 to 12:00 A.M.

shall be made payable to BOARD OF .,; r On to the Lounge to conclude your evening with fun
CONTROL In the sum named above as CORPORATIONST. a v / and dancing. Each Friday and Saturday night Fred
a guarantee and with an agreement Nothing will sell it faster
that the bidder will 'not revoke or cancel AUGUSTINE features the music of 0 bond.
his bid. or withdraw from the competition .

opening for of a bids period, and of that 30 days In the after event the Hire! FLORIDA Watch For Next Week'I SPOTLIGHT

the contract Is awarded to- the Bidder VALLEY 95415Five
he will, within 10 consecutive calendar than theGAINESVILLE I
days after It Is submitted enter Into residential custom contracts
written contract with' the Board of Con- needed for the month of Augustand DINING CAfETERIAS DINING-DANCING *
trol In accordance with the accepted bid. September in the $25.000 and COCKTAILS
and give to the Board of Control a con above price range. Planning GENERAL GAINES
tract performance and payment surety counseling complete specifications LONG'S CAFETERIA
bond with good and sufficient sureties SUN and firm contract p r Ie" STEAK ROOM

satisfactory to the Board of Control in Sell quoted. No waiting between ordering t STEER ROOM
Featuring U.5. Prune
Ocala 629-5515 and Choice
the amount of 100 per cent of the accepted food lust fist cafeteria .rvlce.
bid. The Bidders said agreement Gainesville 3765450Puljittm steaks prepared to your taste SPECIALS lunch Sac 3 97c; The finest in dining enloymHlt
Is Incorporated In the Proposal 37S-MH1 Oft our open hearth. Holiday Inn, Complete dinner every night s- Cocktails A dancing In our Jounot.
Form. The cost of the bond shall be In- 1900 S.W. 13th St. FR .1264.. Sunday noon 91r. Serving Gline No cover No minimum
cluded as a part of the Bidders base 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car vine for 12 years. 313 W. Univ.FRED'S LOCKE ROOM
bid. WANT ADS Ave. .5'2 N'N 1Jt11 St.

Bidders qualifications must be satisfactory I keep infants and childrenin BILLIARD'S *
to the Board of Control. The Board home.
ef Control reserves the right to waivi or my UNIVERSITY INN
BOWLING
Call FR 2.5169. *
Informalities In
any bid. to reject any CUE STICK BIllIARDS
or all bids or to accept any bid and such KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE Charcoal Steak Room, Smorg"

alternates that In Its IUdgment will CALL Day, wit, or mo. Old NewberryRd. Fun for not only young men PALM LANES board Cocktlll Hour J to 7. I
N for the best Interests of the State o. Planned programs. Pick up BUT young women, too. Winter drinks for the price of 1. Danc.
flf Florida. leagues noworm'ug.
at LHttewood and Terwilliger Bring your dates >n9 'lit 2 A.M. fo Bobby Grlffl"
Drawings and specifications will be issued schools. Call FR 2-6667. Open 1G A.M. .11 12 P.M. Restaurantnosey 2606 W./do/ Road pro Ihop. Comb A Richard Parkers orc"n.
only by and atl questions relativeto
,0.5 N. Main Street fra. 1901 S.W Uth St. FR 6-2442.
376.6656
bidding shall be directed to D. Net Rent REGISTERED nurse will care for
Webb. Zone Architect. Building E. Univer. children bi my home. Monday

tlty. of Florida.Number Gainesville 376-3261. Extension Florida.212.Telephone 376-4672 thru Friday Phone, large fenced In back TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF
yard. 376-0682.
BOARD Of CONTROLBY ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE
: DR. J. B. CULPEPPER CHILD or Infant care. Prive home.
Executive Secretary Llttlewood Area. $35 month. CALL 372-8441.
(35251 7:30: 8:6: Phone FR -1961.


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4 $ 3 Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick. up extra cash Person to person ads ore for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

at $100 or less with the selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

DAYS LINES bring quicker action.

DIAL 372-8441 A Courteous AdVisor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

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21 Livestock & Supplies 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for Solo
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34 Waterfront Property
FOR Sate or trade. hew 4 BR.
NORTHWEST LOCATION -
WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a 3 LARGE BR. Ig. living room-din PRICE SLASHED Lovely 3 BR. LOOK AIR CONDITIONED CONVENIENT home located In Westmoreland
Ing Ig. kitchen with din- 1 bath home In select neighborhood 3 BR 2 baths central heat. out on attractive 10P lot; 3
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD room. Estates. I pavedSt
better
dairyman to show us a On city sewers
BR brick house with oak floors.
dairy feed than CPA Cooperative Reg. Broker. specalizlng In ete. Paneled throughout. Call 454- Is now selling for $15,500. of city limits deep well REA cypress & mahogany trim asbestos 2 Ig. bath Rns.. Ig. family
located at 3616 NW 34thSI
THE TIME IS NOW. Mills U pet. All Pulleted Drai- LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. 1319 or 454-1632 after 6. Fla.. util.rm. rm.liv.. rm.carport dining and ar.a.kit. fenced power. shingle roof. Fla. rm.. store Rm. & living Rm.. dining area.
Krunch. Over 1500 IDS. of PDN AGE. :3 miles No. of Melrose FOR A BETTER HOME back yard. You must see this room-shop dbl. carport; price under Central heat. built-in kitchen Including I
per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala GR 52981. one before you buy. Call FR $9.500 buys a :3 BR. 1 bath. Payments $16,000 includes refrig.. new GE dishwasher 2 courtyards
chua. Phone FR 2-1 Wi or 461- A beautiful lot on a beautiful river We'll build on your lot a nice 3 2-0089 for appt. $65 per mo. On SE 45th kitchen range. air conditioner, TV walk to schools. close to
2105. at Rock Bluff on the Suwannee. BR home with built-in stove Ter. antenna. Call agent at 376-4471 or U of F & medical center FHA
Phone 3)6-6t6O. cen. heat, IV* bath, complete tile. 2 BR home on corner lot, low down owner at 372-2763. 22700. Down payment $1,700.
vanity In both baths. will payment $60 per mo. Located at Immediate occupancy. Drive by
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr 20 PETS & SUPPLIES OVER 30 acres of lake front many meet all VA or FHA standards. 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy Call :3722372.HIGHLANDS. PAY LIKE RENT 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler
bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur. Phone 374-6957 or write 241* N. Ridgell 372-4125. Brothers. 372-9545 dally. 376-904
nished houses with dock and deep S Br.. 2 bath, quality No money down to a qualified vet
EXCELLENT black Cocker Spaniel Shaffln. CIKJM I
E. 10th Ter. Bob
House to Rent? female puppy. 7 months. AKC well pump. Many extras. On NEW :3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath built. 2 story masonry. Cent. eran. New 3 bedroom "'/i bath.
papers. Shots. bargain at ISO. Pet Lake Santa Ft. inquire Lewis 4235 NW 10th St. carport and utility room. $9,000. heat reasonable down payment. central heat. $32 monthly Includes I' 4 BR modern home on 1 acre of .
or shewdog. 372-3077. Jewelry Co.Cedar Desirable 3 BR, 2 bath home $250 down. $65 month. Phone FR Price $23400. 530 N. E. 7th Ave. taxes and Insurance. Phone 376- land. 7300. Terms. Phone GR
large Fla room & patio. Lot 2-3355 days.LEAVING Cor. Blvd. 372-8245. 7971. Builder. _5-2277. "'J
weeks old female German Shepherd -
puppies. AKC registered S75 Key Shores 100x174", lots of trees. TOWN will sacrifice. 3 .
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS
vacancy each. Phone FR 6-6276 or see Br., 1 bath screened in porch.
at 1206 N.E. 17th Ave. fine homesites from $2250 Beautiful lots NW section Fenced back yard. 2711 N. E. I
BEST HOME VALUES IN TOWN !
non-vyotcrfront from $1510 10th Terr.
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit AMERICAN Shepherd and English Commercial property & IcreI ,.

Shepherd puppies for sale. Weaned E. C. "Curly" Kuehn Jr.
BLACK ACRESPRICED
wormed and ready. FR 2-0033. Marina LocationsINVEST
1 1f.
!IHere's e3S N. Main St. SEE OUR BRAND NEW MODELS
6 WEEKS old AKC reg. Chihuahua : facilities needed here FR -2032 Broker FR -6544 TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 .
puppies. Males .. females. Reasonably bedrooms. 2 baths hardwood:
priced. W. B. Phifer, floors central heat air-cond. NO MONEY DOWN i
High Springs 434-176 454-1731. Motel Locations units electric range and drapes.
what your Vacancy COSTS YOU PARRISHPRESENTS Lot 110' x 1O' with shade trees. i
2 young Brush goats. Must I INVEST: accommodations 3125 W. Univ. Ave. FR 66427. v A Village Qreen

EVERY DAY until it is rented sell. Phone 466-3237. needed
: LOVELY NW 3 BR. 2 bath homeIn
THREE DOGS 1 French POOdle. Westmorland Estates. Central
all black. papers and shots; Pekinese DAVID ANDREWS- heat & air conditioning. GE built- LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.
papers and shots; ama 11 I in & oven. Beautiful landscaped
RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS REAL ESTATE range 376-7971
IF : : Toy Dachshund red. has shots. WESTMORLAND. for Immediate 100 xVf lot with many -

Phone 3725029.PEDIGREED CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 occupancy this 4 bedroom 2 bath trees. VA loan. priced to sell Im-

$40 per $1.33 per day miniature poodle home: modem built In kitchen mediately. FR 2-6366. I I
I black. female 4 mos. old Phone LAKE LOTS FOR SALE centralair_ conditioning! &_central_ Priced from $13,90017,250 'jEJStrtiis

$50 per mo. $1.66 per day 376-2784 Phone 376-9960. near.bus to TransporiaTion schools. py sen 0 0 i

32 Mobile Homes For Sole I PRICE REDUCEDModern
$55 per .. $1.83 per day I 35 Houses for Sole HOLLY FORREST. this delightful Sodded Lawns e "
home on a lovely wooded lot 3 home on 1 acre. 4
1962 10 x 50 Skyline house trailer. bedroom 2 bath, separate dining bath tub and Swim Club : l'wtlll
$60 per mo. .-. $2.00 per day air conditioned. 2 bedr e e m s. THREE bedroom CB home. $300 room. beautiful built-in kitchen Bedrooms. I
Phone FR6-1704. 3620 SW ArcherRd. down. take over FHA. 3012 N. E. family room large screened patio shower.$4500.Carport$500 down.and Monthly utility- Air Condo Optional _ J I
VIII.ge.FOR 10th Drive. room. ,,,
Ideal for entertaining.
$65 per mo. .'. $2.16 per day ; payments $65 month. Phone Colonials -_ st. .
RENT or sale 1962 New 160 Month. New CB home, low FLORIDA PARK. this neat little I GR S-2277. I'
$2.33 Moon trailer 10 x 55 will take I down payment. See at 210 S. E. 3 bedroom 1V4 bath home Ideal Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
$70 day
per mo. . per
smaller trailer for equity and 20th St. Call 372-357 or 372- for a couple located In a quiet
take up payments. Phone FR area of town. Immediate occu
$75 per mo. .. $2.50 per day 21313. 4692.NOTHING DOWN VAs pancy. ----- --
EYES RIGHT!
! SALE 1963 New Moon. 10x60 3 : BR. 2 baths 2000 sq. ft. BLACK ACRES this traditional
$80 per. mo. . $2.66 per day BR. front kitchen living room home. 3 bedroom. 2 bath living- See real dream living In Shadow
and bedrooms unfurnished. FR 4033s
$300 DOWN room. separate dining room & Lawn Estates. Models' Open.F. 8 OUTSTANDING HOMES
$85 per $2.83 per day after 5 p.m. NW 3 BR. 1 bath walking distance family room with fireplace, love- D. Oliver. Bldr. SEE
to school ly modern built-in kitchen. central -

I $90 pe mo. .. $3.00 per day BUrrS $500 DOWN NEW heat.WESTSIDE residential sub the West Glen on Ph.NW FR Springs 3tth 2-OtM Ave.Intersection. past- I I I At Landmark Inc.'s 1964

I BR 2 bath. Ig. lot In Northwest division of acre lots paved See sign en left.
$95 per mo. $3.16 per day streets. Inside lots 13,950.00. corner -
$900 DOWN 425000. Select your dream S

$100 per mo. $3.33 per day MOBILEHOMES I per 28R.mo.1 bath Southwest only S51 home vance.site now before prices ad

3 BR 2 bath NW, close to school.


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j SUN RENTAL WANT ADS 8. 10 &NEW 12' WIDESalso Jack DeYot.AssociatesE. E. Holloway Realtor PARRISH GUIDEby

Christine Stone & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. .
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CAMPERSWe 125 NW 13th Street Wayne Hill Helen Graham
need 25 trade-ins this monthl! 372-2511 Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish The James Co. 1I
J Call night or dayYOU'LL 19 N.E. First Street Tel.: 372-5375
Call us for the best deals. --- The James Co. of Gainesville .

1 12 Mali Help Wonted 14-Silas Help Wanted BE HAPPY AFTER YOU Inc., Builders of Kings-
berry Homes for this area will I
., 3768361NW be happy to answer any questions
ATTRACTIVE POSITION tor wide PART TIME you might have concerning ( !
awake man no age limit neat I to 10 p.m. Should earn $100 per COMPAREOUR home ownership. You mightbe )
.p p earance good: character week. Must be neat. Ages 21 to 13th St. at 6th St. On street one of those people that i
steady work. Phone 373-7111 .r 40. If you're having difficulties parking all around our corner. iI
now owns a home but found
apply' 2224 NW 4th St. making ends meet. Call FR 2- Open A.M. to P.M. each MODERN QUALITY CONSTRUCTIONBy that It Is now Inadequate If I
2310. week
MS plus expenses for 45 hour day. Your Inspection- this li the case a call to The
week It qualified. Fuller Brush SELL KNAPP SHOES full or part For Sale 1 BR air condo turn James Co. could very well ]
Co.. 101 S. Michigan. Ocala Fla. time. Earn $25 to $150 a week on trailer 1. enclosed cabana. Ex Treated furred and plastered walls solve your problems. By this
2*-4743. high commissions and bonus. cellent condition. FR 2-9184 4-8 Complete ceramic tile baths we mean trading In your pre

2 MEN OPPORTUNITY Steady year round business. A.M. and 6-12 P.M. Twenty year specification built-up roofs sent home. I
, Equipment furnished free. Writeto
$90 PER WEEK : Wm. E. Pierce. 730 N. Hyer '62 50 x 10 Greatlakes mobile White Terrazzo Floors There number of -
t home. $500 for equity and takeover are I questions
Need I men to start wo* at once Orlando. FII.WANTED. low monthly payments. Call Spacious bedrooms and closets that we can answer concerning -
automobile helpful presence of 3 MENto 376-0972 after 5:30. Contemporary Design trading. We feel that OPEN DAILY
your wife will be helpful at Inter
,,!ew. Apply Friday I P.M. only assist me in my business. Salary SPECIAL All masonry construction no upkeep by talking with us you can
f pick a suitable floor plan and
Holiday Inn Gainesville. Ask (or plus commissions if qualifi 104 x 20*' Lot for mobile home. S Large shady lots
Mr. Echols. Electro-Lux Corp. ed. Also company bonuses. Neat off exterior design that will suit
$1500. 1 Mile S. Paynes
Wide with curb and
In appearance. 2t40. Car neces Prairie. For appointment call C paved streets gutter your needs. from our many
WANTED reliable. Intelligent do- sary. Call Mr. Stevens 372-0500. FR 6-3052. plans that we keep on hand.A .
I nut maker experience not necessary. Scott L Fetier Corp. between 9 call to the James Co. will 'til
3 and 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths 4 7
-
Steady work. Apply In & 10 AM. Monday Wednesday CONNOLLY Oct all the facts about any p.m.
person Spudnut Shop. 1017 W. __L Friday MODEL HOUSESWESTVILLAN. type financing any questions
Univ. Ave.COMBINATIONMAN. Inc. & 3
i Mobile Homo Sales S
W. 16TH AVENUE AT 37TH BOULEVARD you might have without any
bedroom mobile homes. Many
16 Work Wanted Female
for salesman I obligations on your part.
l< some office work must floor plans. 7 year financing. DRIVE West on University Ave. to Old State Rd. 26, turn right on
supply' character .. work refer Drive out today. :3 miles South WALTER We have lots available In
nee. Apply to 12 or 2 to 4 MAID will cook.desires clean.work.Iron references.end care of 376-0571 Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. STUBBS, INC.DIAL most any section of town for N.W. 43rd St. to Suburban Heights.OR .
408 N. Main St.
P. M. Couch's
for children. Call FR 6-2130. to choose from.
376-5394 you
2 MEN TYPING In home furnish 12 wide is here DRIVE West on 16th Ave. to N.W. 43rd St., turn left to Suburban
my can "WE TRADE HOUSES FAST"PALM
FEDERAL Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
pop Interesting local position with references Will work two QUALITY Heights.
unusual high earning oppertun- days In your office. Phone one or 454- HOMES INC. _u _ __ __ Paramore have over :30 years
Itys. Phone 372-7111 I to 10 A.M. _1585 High Springs. 4820 NW 13th St. (<<) North) combined experience In the
construction of homes. By careful
for personal Interview. Electrolux -
Corp.. 17 Work Wanted Male Lowest prices easiest terms. largest VIEW ESTATESAN supervision by Jim and BUILDERS ARE
display In central Florida.
Gene It will enable you as the
IS Help Mil Female We trade for anything. Free delivery homeowner to get more home
or
I SEVENTH grade boy wants to up to 100 miles.FRAILER .
mow lawns. MART EXCELLENT for your money and certainly Fred Mason A. W. Fletcher
ASSISTANT COOK. Apply in per. makes The James construction -
son Wonderhoust Restaurant, 14 Phone 3725162CPA Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 4 NORTHWEST LOCATION to be beyond compare.By .
SW 1st St.. behind Sears. B:ut PaUtka Phone 338.1550IT'S
auditor bookkeeper 20 yrs.
building primarily the Macoma Homes W. P. Ridgway
WANTED first class bookkeeper. experience qualified business FOOLISHto
l age 46-up. Writ. experience and machines. US reference also I 3 & 4 BEDROOMS Kingsberry home we feel we
Qualification/ to Box 491 A-c/o well known firms In Havana pay more. RECKLESS to have a great advantage and
Gainesville Sun. dependable ResIdent. Ph. 376- pay less. GET THE REAL ALL CITY SERVICES greet opportunity for you as
2307. FACTS. Payments as low as the purchaser to pick design
HALFWAY Houseparents mature S57.2 per month with S300 down. WALK TO SCHOOLS and floor plans that are created -
wnite married couple no c h 11- WORK WANTED can work as of the country'sleading
LAKE GENEVA by some
dren. State retirement benefits kitchen helper porter. Need From $16,000 up architects.
( Mobile Homes Sales
social security. hospttaltzatioruCall
workl References. 101 NW
4th
Director of Training Sun- Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. down
Ave. $600.00
land Training Center, FR 4-5311. If you desire complete Information I
I ext. 347 or 327. Furnished Models by Home Beautiful call The James Co. and
18 Schools fir Instruction WYATT- we will be happy to come to WHY SETTLE
WANTED TTS Operator good workIng FHA Conventional your home and spend any
I conditions. good Pay Cos- amount of time necessary to
Real Estate Exam
tact Stafford- Caldwelt Gatnesvllle Trailer SalesHome explain The James Co. systemof
; Sun. COURSE FERNWOOD MODELS home ownership.We .
f ATTEND First lesion free. of
PLACEMENT SERVICE
i ,
\\ Office. Professional HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Pacemaker Mobile Homes From $12,250 can secure FHA VA end
Technical COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave Shasta and Airstream several different types of conventional :
f College Graduates FR. 6-3S07. 3723727. Travel TrailersOcalas $400 down $100VADay financing.If r FOR LESS ?

I Per app?. call 372-4377 HIGH SCHOOL First Mobile Horn 6-9048
2-9545 Night
10-12.M AM. 2-4:00 P.M. at home free booklet A m e r lean Dealer Since 148 you own a lot within' 50
t Monday through Friday School. P. O. Box 16641 Jacksonville 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. or 60 miles of Gainesville callus

I PERSONNEL CENTER ..... \ Fla 32216. Phone Otaia,429-1151 Fie. Drive West on 16th Avenue for Information about building
1M NWTrvJ Avenue .
MEN It women II to 35 to train for for you.3Bedroom
Turn left 39th Terrace
14-Sales Help Wanted CIVIL SERVICE 33 LOTS FOR SALE on IVk bath with New Kirkpatrick & Piersor I
Examinations. For Information hardwood floors located on
I( REPRESENTATIVE send name. address 1> Phone No. LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 I BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERSCOMPARE well shaded lot. Small down-
SALES ,
Key Training Service. 112 W. trailers. Large awnings :3 largepatios. .
WANTED Adams St.. Jacksonville. :3 septic tanks lots of payment. FHA.Construction
1 Well rated Miami Mfgr. with exciting shade good rental Income. Just I .
I l refrigerated furniture line SPEEDING-COST ACCOUNTINGCIVIL utslde city limits. For sale. FR .to start soon on Homes in Highland Court Manor
seeks aggressive representation In SERVICE TRAINING S V.A. :3 4 Bedroom homesIn
the Gainesville area. Should work Secretarial Courses Classes 68883.ACRE N.E. Gainesville. Call now
from his show room end call on now forming. Howell's"' Business lots for sale. I I and make all color selections.All .
I Institutional retail decorators College 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR Phone 376-1236 I these will be brick veneer.
I 6-3501. Start 79.34
architects. professionals cabinetmakers FOROYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC at only !
etc. Koolbar Mfg. Co. IBM machines. 024-026. limited enrollment REALTORS We have 4 lots on 39th Ave.
i 3731 NW 50th SU Miami Fla. classes now forming. T74 W. Univ. lWx274'. Pick a lot and house I
I Phone 435-2353. Howell's Business College 211 W. Ii THESE HOME VALUES plan to suit you. :
Univ. Ave. Phone 376-3M7. LOTS FOR SALE I That's right- you can buy a new three-bedroom

en Milhopper Road. FR J.M7*. BEFORE YOU BUY Now under construction 3- home in Highland Court Manor for as little as

28 Livestock cV Supplies Lots N. W. of Gilnesvllle-S2700, Bedroom 2 baths double with 1435- $79.34 month including insurance and taxes
carport
Sq. Ft. floor area

i O Opportuni A GOOD saddle riding horse spirited L gear geldIng for- MARY 13.5C>>-S3150. MOELLER, i SAVE! 1lllll1IIIIIIIIIitIh1llllll1ll lllllllllf I trade on on shaded this one.100x276' lot. Will i!. fan and and built-in per filter.Tappan oven and range with hood,


3111.sale. Priced right. Phone 466- REALTOR The following arc ready for
Due to the promotion .. one of i
I 101' W. UniversityFR occupancy. == And Kirkpatrick and Pierson's
you get quality
) our ten salesmen to manegemenl.we SHETLAND blue ribbon pony for ,
have one sales position avail sale. Owned by Clark Butler's <-4471 E EBUIBWPIIIIlliaIglihuiuluwlullili000I I construction too including such items as Owens-
able. Our pay plan Includes commission children. Has won many ribboniIn 4 & S acre tracts of land for sale. 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. 1
and ether Incentives. horse shows. very gentle. Total Terms can be arranged. J. T.Itowze i! The following Is now under Corning fiberglass insulation Wolmanized pres-
4 BR. 2V baths, E
$2990 dn.
Last year our salesmen's average price Including saddle ambridle. Rt. 4. Box 301 Gainesyule. = construction and will be ready I sure-treated lumber. custom built-in cabinets
Income was In the five figure $150 Ph FR 2-4425 Ph. 3721090. for occupancy soon! $1" per mo. S ,
bracket. Our tC 44 Sales are B and Wai I-Tex vinyl paper in kitchen and bath.

t running close to ten percent 3741 NW 21st PL I
ahead of 143 with corresponding 3320 NW 30th Ave.
NORTHWESTTRAILER i :3 BR. 2 bath, S7M dn. S10 Why not see for yourself? Our airconditionedmodel
Increases In talesmen's Incomes.
month.iffffi1ffl1lfflb0umHtfllnuhiImimur1lrn. 3 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn. $77. = For More Information
I Ii per per mOo g home is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
No previous automotive experience Cell
Is necessary. WE WILL TRAIN Sunday from 1:30.

man with the proper qualification Iii 303 SE 38th S,. 1

who commensurate Is willing to sell with In the a manner hlglstandards "- SALES II Norwood permo.IsoBk8louh11mzuuu1itSEgiiJ 3 BR. .1 bath. $400 dn. $44 3= TheJames MODEL HOME DIRECTIONS : Drive North on Main, turn


i candidates of under our company.consideration All I I "HAS COME TO GAINESVILLE" Co. right at NE 23rd Blvd., and continue to NE 12th St. Turn

will be required to take a 50

II minute written examination. This I Hope a 3 Of Gainesville Inc. LEFT and follow signs to model located on NE 31st Ave.
1 examination Is nationally known I I 10 & 12 WIDES 1-2-3 BEDROOMS Builders of !
KingsberryHomes >>
: and has proven to be accurateIn ALL OUR HOMES ARE
testing tales and management Open For Your Inspection Low Finance Rate I "H" Inc. OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- =
potentiaL I If JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF
I OFFICE PHONE KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON
f NORTHWEST TRAILER SALES YOU WILL JUST CALL.
For further Information telephoneMr. I We Trade Homes 372-2527
Alien Bowen for IPpal"tment.1 2702 WALDO ROAD N.E. e
so NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS
MO S.E. 4th STREETFR
Co.PR 6-751t. University Chevrolet i AT PALM LANE PHONE 376-0205 II or Property 4-5301 or FR 47WUU 372-7401 Sales Office-NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.-Phone 372-3471


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22 Gainesville Sun Thursday; August 6, 1964

35 Houses for Sal! 35 Houses for Sole 42 Firms & Acreage II. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 66 Miic .For $al.. 70 Boats-Marine .


*- 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sol I CCB cent heat and 10 Acres wilh 2 BR. 1 Bath house, 2 BR. furn. for two S70.00. TRADE your costly to operateELECTRIC
3 Bedroom. I bath. CCB. & 3 Br.. 2 bath
carport
Kit. Equip. N. heater, andS fishing
Lot. 1900 7 ml. West. $16,500. 2 BR. 1 bath W. water 12 Plyo bats
100 x
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom 2 bath NEW 2 bedroom frame house. lust utility room fenced back yard. air ca 16 for a new glasslined GAS
By Owner. 3 BR. IV* bath, CCB Patio. room. fireplace I 10.0 149.0
Handy to Schools and Uni-
sq.
CBS house completely FURNISHED completed, nice wooded lot. Smiles heater. Much more hot
-Jwme. Assume mortgage. Low ceiling. 14 Acres with 2 BR. 1 bath house;
cathedral
refrig.. range. Must out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. versity. $750 down. payments SadowLawn water at about half the cost with THE TACKLE BOX"The
beautiful home
sites,
"equity. SSI Mo.. Dead end St. Estates. Owner pave- MARY MOELLER
$69.75
or 19,000 cash. 930 N.W. o
...1408 N. E. 14th Terr. FR 23855. I sacrifice this weekend. FHA $450 I'I'I TWO bedroom home near University 55th St. FR state. mont Call us now. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE
fcY I TOTAL cash I pay all the rest. $72 per mo. Call FR 6- 312-86 MARY MOELLER, REALTOR REALTOR ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. H ar O East Gainesville"
OWNER. 4 BR 2 bath extra Call' 372-5792 er 372-6869. House 4182. WESTPARK Check with Charlie
Ig. shady yard. Westmorland. 4018 I will. be shown on Sat. and Sun. 69615.M 2030 NW 55th St., by owner, low 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR 67 1019 W. UNIVERSITY FR DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERYChairs
N W. 13th Ave. FR 6-7993 for i : BY OWNER NEAR WEST- down payment, 3 BR. Paymentsless 67 lo as s No money FR 2-171.
B..appt. By Owner 7 rooms IVi bath $600 WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath. than rent. Phone 2-0258. FORDYCE ACREAGE SMALL house with double garage down, as $ per month
for equity payments $90 per High and rolling acreage good N.W. couple or with small Free estimates pickup
in yard .
lg. LR, family room, built fence de IS1/ boat with lots of ex.tras.
.tWO :moa neat & clean month. 1430 N. E. 12th Terr. I kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING REDUCED FOUR BR. 2 bath all brick home. section, available for only a lm chad. <25 S. E. 4th Ave. livery service. All work guaran- Industr. start 30 h.p.
?:good city water shady Phone 3766819.JWK. 4012 S. W. 19 St. 3 BR 2 Bath Oak completely buil-In lied time. FR m. teed. Phone .Ie JonS
& HEAT. $1000 and foor. Phone trailer 1.
lof. 50 x 120" immediate occu- I Fla. rm.. beautiful Ig. lot. dbL many bilt. Small acreage tracts also listed. 2-1 o 2862.CAN'T 316-7 .I. trl'
Included.
,pancy. easy private financing. assume mtg. Call 376-2927. Gainesville FIND A RENTAL TAPPAN Clooc controlled ing motor $ Pho.
x carport cent. ht. immediate occupancy in features. cen. heating Over 30 acres S.W. of 2In
,,4200 down. $S5 monthly. Located call us. cond. 1680 sq. ft.. lg. finished beauiful. high. dry and waiting Buy my low equity. 2 BR, all appliances oven. rotisserie burner 4180.
-at 1318 SE 2nd Ave. near bus Price SlashedThe easily converted into family party. Complete with Inue S monthly brain. Regular $399. This week THREE ho Johnson enin.pndabl. de
-line. See it and phone FR 4-7170. LITTLEWOODnd garage. $23,900 South Idyl- tiome. drive by 31J St. Phone only Free 30-gallon glass lined or power lot
room.
372-8404 owner of this lovely 3 bedroom Westwood area 3 br 2 bath wild. Phone FR 6-4849. FORDYCE 376196 water heater included. See Fuil- boat; $50. Phone FR 2-

JWK: DELIGHTFUL three bedroom homein 2 bath masonry home Is READYTO cent. ht. beautiful surroundings like ASSOCIATES. INC. 3 BR, 1 bath complete kitchen, ga. 316-5 1 S.W. 1st Ave. C307.

the NE. convenient to shoppingand SELLI If you want a home new, drive past 933 N. W. 36tti { REALTORS near schools and shopping center. T-V antennas. S3 single stack$7 FOR SALE 14' Renegade sailboat,
with a central heating system Dr. Fo rdyceRealtor For information call Manaro's double stack, $1300 .
372-8404 school. Well landscaped. built-in oven and range family BACK TO SCHOOL 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Restaurant. FR 2-4690. Jim Voyles 419 NW Bth Ave. 1Vt yrs old. fiberglass excellent
1 lot with backyard fenced sails beautiful FR
corner
laundry carport coitin. S.
for the children. 1355 square room lot room located in the Near School 3 BR, 1 bath C B. FARM AND GROVE on 30 beau- 2 BR house. 4431 NW 13th Now Specializing in Ladies' Better _2-1057.
large unfrn.
TRANQUIL corner Close
setting under massive in, estb. lawn, quiet St. $10-
tiful miles from Uni St. & heater furn. Close out Boys. Sizes 8
'- feet of living area with NW SECTION CALL US acre. 1 refrl. Dress
hade trees on over an acre In 900, good terms. Call us. versity. fully furnished. through Each. ExceptionalValues
family room. NOWI THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME I $70 per Call FR 6-2641 S 5 73 Musical Merchandise
:.' Kirkwood. Gracious masonry MUST BE SOLD BY AUGUST 15 farm equipment Incuded. 3 citrus FR ask for Mr. Haynes. MILL SUPERDISCOUNTS
UNIVERSITY and shopping center
..r. residence. central heat. two MELROSE trees this, 6-23 1* 1st
"'..... baths, three bedrooms PLUS close walking: distance from this -to $16 PRICE.500 ONLY CUT $1,000 FROM DOWN-$18,000 Owner will trade for Gainesville JUST RIGHTfor move In and go to farming.For NORTHEAST 3 bedroom 2 bath Ave ANTIQUE dition. Call upright 472-2417.piano, good co

another bedroom and bath two bedroom house. Completely property. this lg. and charming screed porch patio. gar age. ,
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL executive. This
**. for guests. a relative or furnished and two kitchens BE REFUSED! house beautiful surroundings and the young with Information call er write Available August 15 on year TWO horse tandem horse trailer, Used drum set for sale, like I

: for a study. By ap- mean income when house Is landscaped. S BR. 3 bath partly 4 bedroom 2 bath recreation home room.A a. lease. $135 month. FR 61895. electric brakes. saddle compartment new $225. Phone 49-228.REPOSSESSED
tremendously large
rubber mats on floors.
**. polntment only. Exw. rented as two one bedroom furn. very attractive kitchen set off Angle Real EstateC. TWO BR. 1 bath. stone and con- Price $500 372.2547. ORGAN
apartments. Total price only John Merrill
elusive listing. by Birch cabinets. Down paymentcan crete house. Freshly painted Baldwin Spinet tone
...- S9.900.00. INCOMEN. be arranged and also excel- U Angle. Broker walls inlaid oak floors, lg. shady 175 LIGUSTRUM HEDGE PLNT. cabinet Also organ used wit Hammond
LOVELY VIEW of woods and a W. Triplex rented with estb. terms. $26,500. Call O. J. Angle, Assoc. yard No children or pets. 2 ft. tall. 50 cents .
:/ J. W. Kirkpotrick Agency Realtor lent monthly 376-6927 pr 2-61 note manuals. 25 pate
N. W. 13th St.
stream from the glass walled rear Income. 3 apts.. beautiful coer Fordyce 376-1236. 4404 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 6-3. Call FR 68308.VALNUT pedal board with 2 tone cabinets.A .
J1 N.
Main FR 28404A of this appealing contemporaryhome. MULTIPLE LISTING lot, good terms, immediate posses-
7 Vz acres, 10 miles out. UNFURN. 3 BR. IVt bath new bedroom suite Includingtwin real bargain. Grldley Music
CLEAN AS A WHISTLE Cypress construction, Associates PHONE 3721494 sion. OAK STRIP $2000 cash home. $130 mo, new appliances bs, mattresses & box Co. Gainesville Shopping Center.
down living room with bachelor chest. dbl. FR
step Marcella Pardl INVESTMENT floors are one of the many fea- s. E. SAPP, REALTOR optional. Will share furn. with 2.5
Beautifully kept. must be seen. If fireplace three bedrooms, two W. H. Buckhannan 4 acres. plus on Archer Rd Zonina tures you will find in this attrac- Ph. Newberry, Fla. settled' woman. 3729501 ext 210. dresser with framed mirror. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS
-you are looking for a 2 bedroom. baths breezeway. patio Industrial five 3 bedroom home located in 472-20 night table. dining table with Buy now for this fall. Many to
suitable for rental units. BR- bath house cen. heat I leaf & 4 chairs. Air conditioner.
3
1 bath home ;
with screened porch equipped kitchen. Beautifully friendly Florida Park. Paneling, choose Instant
'on a large corner lot. Immedi- private beautifully con 43 Colored Property $150 per mo. 3 BR. 2 bath house. snack tables, 1 arm chair. Call from creit.
; and Florida
Center
Gainesville Music
FRED freplac. ro. Avail heat & air cond. $175 3721830
'ate occupancy. $11,500. See at venient. FHA evaluation MARY MOELLER for only $ cen. per 3725421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave.
.,,l3O5 NE 6th Terrace. then phone $20.000.00. Call Fordyce F.H., HOMES FOR SALE mo. 3 BR. 1 bath hoe. $75 per WE WANT TO buy late model used
..Dick Robinson Associate. Ralph J. W. REALTOR 2 & 3 BedrS St. & mo. FR 6-301. refrigerators. Exceptionally High WILL transfer to responsible par

.fcssey. Realtor at 376-1359 day ARNOLD 101' EXTRA SE 7th no down pay trade-ins now given. choice of four spinet or
*r night. 11 West University KIRKPATRICK W. University FR 6-4471 ment. Some small down 49 Rooms For Rent WILSON'S EXCHANGE pianos. Pick up payments of Wur-
._Avenue. Realtor ASSOCIATES large living room and delightf men Monthly payment $57 to litzer Spinet Piano trade back
E. W. Moeller this 3 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR
2-8404 Foster Kesler kitchen for Also homes built on your 67.CITIZEN Wurlitzer Organ with
Main Phone FR save
1 DRIVE BY 31 N. ASSOCIATES REALTORYOUNG Dick Durbin Shady lot, patio and fireplace. S for no down payment.Call LARGE corner room adloin I n g BAND RADIOSNew sound$0.motion pick up
: pay
and the RIDGELL private bath and entrance. maid
Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell LITTLEWOOD WESTWOOD Terms can be arranged TOMMY and Used S6 ments we have a piano to Til
PROFESSIONAL MAN has purchased Capt. A. W. Reece USN. Ret. 3 BR 2 bath-, liv.-dm.-kiU Fam.area. price lust reduced to only $11,900. Builder Phone FR 2-412 and linens 2 working girls or 2 Complete line of supplies any decor EARL'S PIANO CO.. /
larger home. offering his Griffin Rm Call Fordyce 376-1236. business men. Can be seen at 116 FULLER'S FOTO INC. 702 W. Univ. Ave
Levis Kirkland Ben central heat. gas fireplace. FOR SALE 4 room house acre 3761. /i
.immaculate 3 BR. 1 bath home FOLKSNo N.W. 2nd St. 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713
well landscaped shady and land. water available cash or .
with Florida yard MUSIC professor will sell excelAutomotive /
& 30x40
'5. back room ft. McKINNEY closing costs. Lovely 3 bedroom Attractive patio. $600 dn., $105 A CIRCUL terms. Terms $50 down payment ROM with bath & kitchen GOLF bag 2 woods 8 irons glove lent practice piano an Estey
.ipatio yard enclosed u
'ligustrum hedge. by 2 bath home. Hardwood mo. FHA, by owner. 538 NW 34th drive for this J required. monthly payments are working lady or grad and balls; $25. Phone FR 6-5685 right. for S18S. Phone 376-4821
.. lawn & carpet like GREEN floors. dishwasher private fenced Dr. 372-1145 day. 372-4537 night. home on a spacious one acre lot. 2250. Refer acct. No. 3187 call uate lady student preferred. after 6:00 F.M.DEMONSTRATOR.
landscaping
thermostatic in rear yard. Immediate oc- Paneled LR & DR. sliding glass Black collect Jacksonville necessary. 376-6652 after 6 P.M. UPRIGHT practice piano, good
controlled wall furnace. built in DEATONREALTORS cupaney $450 down FHA. $86-57 WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT doors in LR and master bedroom. Phi one Argus rlec- condition. owner leaving town
.wall aireonditioner stove Incl. per menth total payment. See it 3 bedroom home for $9500 com Only $15,000. Call Fordyce. RQPM for 2 boys. $45 for single tromatic 572, zoom 35 mm slide only 376-9687
.Floored attic with disappearing 316-13. Good location. 105 NW SD.
7th projector, 1 year Regular -
,stairway. Everything In perfect today plete. payments $53.44 per mo. 43-1 COLORED RENTAL $3.. Phone 372-0809. $13995 priced waranty.9750. KIMBALL Spinet piano blond fin
.condition to meet the demands of includes insurance and taxes. Ph. Ph. 376-1258. 1021 W. Univ. Ave. ish practically new. See It

Jhe most discriminating. A one LUXURIOUSTruly 4 BEDROOMClose 376-6957 or write 2419 N. E. FordyceASSOCIATES ATTENTION MALE STUDENTS. UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY. INC. 1045 N E. 9th st. .
..owner home on which LOVING a home of elegance. Unmts- to both elementary and |lun- 10th Ter., Bob Shaffin. NOW RENTING double rooms at reasonable rates.

CARE has been lavishly bestow takeably this new home has the ior high $1,100 no qualifying. COLORED ultra modem 2 BR duplex kitchen liv. room. maid serv- NEWI! Sofa bed and chair $5995. I

ed. Must be seen to be appreciated. exquisite features that a discrim- Chain link fence. built-In kitchen. BUYERS DELIGHTGO INC. apartments large living and Ice Included. FR 2.2726. Platform rocker $12.98. Used TV's

BARGAIN PRICED at only inating person would desire. Its paved street and sidewalk, cheap.er Realtor dining area modern kitchen with PRIVATE room, private entrance S15 up. Used refrigerator $35 .

'. 14,500 for quick sale. Drive by location in the exclusive North- than rent. Move now.TRILEVEL WEST on N.W. 39th Ave. to Grace Fordyce Broker fan large storage closets, terrazzo .- full tile bath, twin beds with Hollywood beds $2995 WilliamsService

1325 N.E. 13th 5?. then call W.E. west is much desired 3 large 5059 and find your future home. Associates floors tile baths space heater foam mattresses. Quiet place, 1 Center. Hawthorne Rd.

-Bill" HARRIS 376-0817 or 376- bedrooms 2V fully tiled baths Attractive 3 BR 2 Bath CB home Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden and hot water healer, facill or 2 busin.s men or 1 or 2 372-3937. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE

.:2927. All living dining and bedrooms 2200 sq. ft. 4 bedroom sleep level with huge Florida room with fireplace O. C. Gay Dick Banks ties for washing machines. and quiet students. Parking space. innerspring mattress

fully carpeted with acnlan for quiet rest. Living level for Cent. heat. one A-C unit. Frances Hough Sarah Goulden paved streets. See at N.E. 26th This room has to be seen to be TIN box spring, headboard. matc. 1962 Studebaker P. U. truck. Runs

REDFRANKS large paneled Fla. room with open gracious living play level separates Built-in elec. kitchen. Double car- THE GRASS NEEDS Ter. or cal for appointment 372- appreciated. Phone 372.2127 after slightly used. Repossessed$ good SIOO cash Call 3163357.

beamed ceiling with fireplace children from adults. Central port. Over 2000 sq. ft. living 5321 or 6 PJvt. anytime Friday or Sun mahogany Early American living

REALESTATE exquisite drapes Central heat heat and air conditioning for area. Going for $21,950 MOWING FURN. room, kitchen priv. for day.. room furniture. 78 TRUCKS FOR

and air conditioning A kitchena year round comfort. Call 23522 GO WEST on N.W. 16th Ave. to Sure. The grass needs mowing. So dependable working woman. Lincoln LARGE for 602 S. Main FR 2 4379 SAL
F NE 1st St. Phone 376-0817 woman would love many other for appointment. N.W. location. 3669 and BRAND NEW what if the previous kids St. room men for rent
....., attractive features You will a 3 BR. owners Estates. 1039 SE 19th single or double, access to showers ASSUME payments on 1963 Chevrolet
2 bath CB home. Central air- left their footprints cement Inspect evening 6 to 8. CLOSE OUT SALEON V ton pick up. radio. heat
be surprised and excited. as we DUPLEXInvestor's conditioned & heated. Large famIly walk leading to that big and refrigerator. Phone FR WALLPAPER. cents a Roll real' clean with low mileage
were. when you see this fine room. Beautiful built-in elec. rear yard This house is 21981 or 416 N.E. 2nd t er.
ElWK attention Close to UnIversity fence 44 Cottages for Rent 312.18. HARPER PAINT CO. Call Mr ShUer 376-5351
would be pleased
quality home. We Hospital. $180 inco me. kitchen. For those who love luxury darn good deal.. Take the Ave.
19 S.W. 7th St. 372-4346
to show this home by appointment
next
you yet Is budget priced. Half location? Ifs tops .right
vacant. $15000 with terms.
: 3728404NORTHWEST Call FR 2-3617. never Modem construction. acre lot. to the Howard Bishop Junior Small furnished cottage and trail ROOM professional FOR RENT man,to adiacent business or to KING size mattress & 2 box 83 Motorcycies & ScootersFOR

GO NORTH on N.W. 36th Drive to High. Bet you could find a use er for rent. Suitable for bath. must be sober. 1325 NW springs complete $149

"' 22nd STREET ad., LARGE FAMILYThree 527 and you'll find the buy of the for the paneled Florida room. couple. Moore Haven Park, 2330 4th St. FR 20984 6 drawer metal chest $12 SALE 50 Honda motor
tress: on this utterly charming week. 3 BR. 1 bath. screened Mom should like the custom E. Univ. Ave. 31616. WAREHOUSE bike mel miles per gal.
bedrooms Sleeping porch ARNOLDREALTY porch carport & utility. Extra kitchen To make COX
two bedroom house. All rooms -Separate dining room living clean. Stove ref. i dishwasher.All this pine fine cabinet.for you to PRIVATE clean. cool. 1 bedroom 51-A Wonted To Rent 602 S. Main FR 74379 963. Excellent condition. $145.
are spacious fireplace panel trailer. Select setting. Wa- Ph. Rackley 372-8325
room kitchen equipped with for we have a new FHA com
COMPANY only $12,000 with termsto own.
ling. pleasant porch. Avail- electric range. electric refrigerator suit. mittment that requires only $550 ter, yard and trailer maintenance FOUR bedroom home under $90 $6 PER MONTHRepossessed TWO Zundapp 250 ce Super
Member sab
Multiple Listing tel-
of automaticZig
bus Use 64 model
.. able soon. FHA commit- two baths outside servants GO LOOK at these for only a FEW down and the house is your furnished. On lne. In Gainesville by employee motorcycles. One good
1219 West Univ. Ave. 3723522 ephone. Adults no pets Sprr Zag Select-O-Matic SewingMachine
ment. Shown by appointment toilet Home completely for parts. Both for $150.
hundred down. 2131 NW 55th lock. stock, and footprints. Call with 6 children. one good
Associates: Pete Sieg please. $55 FR 4611 this. machine does zigzag
only. Exclusive furnished single car garagelot Terr. 3906 NW 21st NE M 2-983. GR 5-5043.
Jane Caldwell F. W. Terr. 316 Don't be surprised If Phone 376-523
Hodge fancy stitches monograms,
100 x 100 Paved street 316791. N. W. 6th
21 listing. 44th St. 2402 NE 11th St. 720
city sewerage. water and lights- Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo NW 22nd Ave. someone from Hugh Edwards, furnished cottages COUPLE seeking nice 2 or 3 BR button holes. sews on buttons ONE new Bndgestone scooter at
immediate occupancy Close to Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene Inc. answers. RENT modern furn. house for Sept. 1st. Pre. blind hems etc. Take over remaining dealers cost. See at 1619 Haw
J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency on Lake Santa Fe by week or air Call Road
1r Call 7 of Si 00
i Church School and Shopping conlonlng. 37-73. payments
IDYLWILD AREA Quick sale LOOK WHAT season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co.
;:1N._Main _FR_2-8404 Call FR 23617. by owner. immaculate 3 BR., 2 UNIVERSITYREALTY Credit Manager 312.168. United
bath. CCB. walk to new School $14.075 BUYS! THREE bedroom 2 bath house on 53 Office-Desk Space Sewing CenterREMINGTON 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR
:1 Snappy brick faced Ranch modelin Silver Lake near Keystone. $50
deadend Terms to responsible
NOW RENTING NEAR UNIVERSITYA electric typewriter I .
: ; party. Price $14,000 376-8741 or Village Green. Combina t ion week or by month. 376'615, OFFICE space for rent including condition. $100. Call after 5 CONDITONING. Tune up
oil. NEW 3 BR 1 bath home for only 372-4874. hobby shop utility room. Big central heating. air conditionIng good Special. S250 performance I

$400 down payment and $88.00 a 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 master bedroom with floor to 45 Furnished Apts. utilities and private parking P.M. 312-13. test. All and models
F,:rnlshed one bedroom air con- month which includes taxes and LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 W. M. Munroe. Realtor ceiling ventilated closets. papered lot. Ill SW Third St. ONE acetylene outfit In- of Chrysler built crs. Hawev .
TJ:tioned apartments. Ready for Interest. Call FR 23617.ASSOCIATES BR. 2 bath. cent. heat, built In half bath with colored fixture weldin Air Conditioning -
kitchen home. You can save Asso: S. E. McLaughlin LARGE 1 BR apt. 305 NE 6th St. clud. tanks 1 .rawer filing cab Powers Motor Co.
occupancy August 15th and Frank Roby Roy McCannT. and dressing table. Central after 5 weekdays. No sing- inet 1 rebuilt lawnmower, 2 rebuilt Servicing Center. 204 N.
$1500 Call FR 2-3826 or GR 54 Business Rentals
September 1st. C. Douglas. Jr. heat. Sidewalks for your le P. 2 H.P. Briggs engines 1.Iec. Main st., Phone FR 2.2561.
J400 SW 10th Ter. Ph. 372.9569 J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth 5-5922. Melrose. childrens safety. Community swim impact wrench. See at 1619
Coy ThomasJADVERTISE Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire 2103 NE 12th Ter. by owner, 3 club for your relaxation. Fully ONE & TWO bedroom trailers FOR Hawthorne Road. SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Automotive ,
Multiple Listing GLADYS bedroom. 2 bath, CCB-house. Den sodded lawn for your leisure Big I water furnished. No pets. Phone LEE repairs and tunep
Modern air
of offices
and family room, carpeting and home features such as walnut FR 2531EFFIIENCY tc DISCOUNT ON GLAZES. Miller & Sons 732 NW .
conditioner. extra fenced Downtown location, near court interested In learning
those
air Irg. paneled living room walls real $50 Phone 37.715. .
-- .;7, Gainesville's newest and most SMITH yard. 3'/a blks. from schools. plaster walls and ceilings tiled APARTMENT. house and federal bldilg. Ph. ceramics. classes are held ever

'i: luxurious apartment building .. $15,000 terms. Call FR 6-7962 for sills Formica custom cabinets.Luan 438. 372-7943 or 64817.) Mon.. Wed.. & Fri evening. 85 Automobiles for Sale
/t I appointmentNOT doors. silent switches. NICELY furnished convenient STORE building 20 X 30 f. avail. P.M. ELLA'S CERAMICS. 2145

LAKESHORE CHECK THESE IN SUBDIVISION. 3 Br colonial Cap It off with an authent.c; gaslamppost downtown area. $75. Adults only, able at 620 S. Main. per E. University Ave. FR 6-556. 1954 PLYMOUTH Plaza 4 i door

T hardwood floors fireplace. and easy VA or FHA no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music mo. Call John Merrill, Realtor.FR TWO nice steers for freezer or tires radio. $120 .Pho ,
1562 N.W. 18th St. 3 brms. 3 baths terms and you have yourself a Store. 21494.SMALL go
Fenced back yard. Near St. Pa locker. Can butcher. 40 cents per 6-760. _ _
TOWERS $25,000. Good financing. tricks Kirby Smith Schools. $11- deal. Call 376-7971. Hugh Edwards FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE warehouse with platform tor lb. dressed. Phone 372-6265
N. E. 15th -
Inc. 2909
,, 500. FHA. $72 per mo including BEST trucks loading & unloading in
4040 Newberry Road. 3 brms 2 taxes and Ins. FR 2736.. Large air conditioned city limits. 1132 S. Main St. SET of Evening Star wedding FOR THE CORREC

: NOW !LEASING baths low price of $22,500. FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailer I St.REDUCED PRICECall .wel frnishe. Quiet location Phone 31-83 or 376-4173. rings Phone FR 6-0219. TIME .

2125 N.W. 3rd Place. 2 stOry. 4 equity in 3 BR. 2 bth. built-in couple only. no pets $125 FOR RENT approx.2acres behind
kit., terrazzo floors cen. heat. for appointment to see this per mo. Ph. 372-4957. Gainesville Center.' 70 Boats-Marina Equip.
brms excellent location $34,500. Sopping SIS FR 2-1411
home. 5 BR. 3 bath extra
Phone spacious per mo J. FR .
3761. Gerg
FORDYCE L
large family room are lust a RENTAL with 25 I
-- 1900 S.W. 35th Avenue Idyl wild, FIRST TIME ADVERTISED I few features of this outstandingbuy. Call us for the 12' Aristoraf. and Runabout trailer. $365. i Courtesy Of
.
3 brms 2 baths new FHA 26. New Palm Springs model. One of I Located at 3806 SW 2nd FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES, INC. 56 Business Opportunities H .
Phone F R Chevrolet
_
000. the best looking homes we've ever I Ave. Reduced to S26.o with REALTORS 6-57 University

Four bedrooms. 2 full S2.00 down.TOM 926 W. Univ. 37612 WELL ESTABLISHED GROCERY 16' LARSON fiberglass boat with N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
7 S.W. 26th Street. Comer lot 3 built. beautiful brick facade. : month. STORE. Price to Include c o mplet trailer. $450 Phone FR 2-235. :
DOBSON 1 bedroom $75 per
brms, 2 baths. $17,900. excellent kitchen arrangement. iency $45 per month. 3505 Efc- Inventory. land and build. 3911 N. W. 7th St -- --. I -

16900. No money down VA 17th St. Call McKinney Green ing. Be your own boss and makea 159" Crosby boat with
1246 S.W. 9th Rd. 4 brms. 2 baths REALTORMLS comfortable Near Gainesville FOR SALE .
$21,000. FHA only $800 down. Price includes Realtors. FR 2-3617.. lvin. 1963 75 hp Evinrude. For Information
P K. Yonge area Ph. In Terms BARKLEYMOTORS
member i
fully sodded front lawn 372-1C call
G. Coram Want to share apt. with man In can arranged. Call us for full 312-85.
West Hills, 2 story. 7 brms. 6 baths gas lamp. swim club member Margaret Ass. 20's. Will be Jr. in Eng. Do not .1 I

large lot. $65,000. ship.VILLAGE FLETCHER HEIGHTS want to pay more than $35 plus ALACHUA REAL GAINESVILLEAUTO

GREEN For sale by owner. 3 BR's. hardwood Utilities 3164. T

10 SW. 23rd Drive. Corner lot. 3 By HUGH EDWARDS. INC. floors. 2 tile baths cen. 2 BR furn. apartments 8. two 1 RR ASSCIATE SALES
brms. 2 baths air conditioning. 2909 N. E. 15th St. heating Fla rm. 14. x 20, cbl. trailers for rent. lights & water \ "IN THE AUTO GAME-

35000. 37677 carport. lot 100 x 140 with nice Included. By week or month See CORNER GROCERY. Due to ill 1007 N. Main St. BARKLEY'S THE NAME"

FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 shade trees S5.000. 3934 S. W. Bill Johnson. Mlcanopy Fla. health, established 2.6313 I St. 1
818 N.W. 34th Avenue. An estate of gal. 3rd Ave. FR 23774. long profitable Phone FR 2201 N. Main
a home and guest house. $32,000. fuel tank 100 shrubS. brick patio FOR RENT furn. 2 BR mobile grocery for sale at less than Northcentrol FlorIda'sLargest FR '
yard. near elemen- OWNER LEAVING 3 BR. CCB. assessed for taxes. Our loss can 2-437
lot. 2019 NW 32nd
LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: 534 N.E. 8th Avenue. 3 brms. 2 tary and lunior high schools, 2 baths pump for lawn. $500 dn. home.PI. FR private 6-1180. $55 per mo.I be your gain. See at 1203 NW )
screened porch 3 BR, 1 bath, FHA mortgage. 3762293or 5th Ave. Dealer
fi- Assume
baths. lovely interior good
Swimming Pool Recreation Room nancing. $15,000. $500 down if you qualify FHA. 2002 N. E. 16th Terr. Bedroom furnished apartment. Inpndent

Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Meat See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. Nice. clean. $85 month. Lights 61 Wanted to Buy -- -- ------ '
4 BR 2 bath, CCB A-C, lg. util. VOLKSWAGENMILLER
N. E 6th
: '. Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities 1120 NW 24th Avenue. 2 brms 1 ONLY $450 DOWN & fame rm., near elem. school and water furn. 417

Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute bath. FHA $9750. Lot 75 x 120 Assume mortgage at $96 per mo. & Boys' Club. $13,500. $450 dn., St. 40" Electric stove. Must be in good
condition. Reasonably priced. Ph.
Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks 14 SW. 32nd Street, 3 brms. I on home.3 BR.Kitchen 2 bath Fla. room. plus closing 32-971. EAST SIDE FR 6-96. MELTONMOTORS

S 3 Elevators baths excellent location $31,500 equipped. shad CASH for used appliances
yard close to schools. 37 Real Estate Exchanged GARDEN your .
7th Ter. Ph. furniture clothing, ete Call Williangs e' e )
Lake Winot. 3 brm 2 bath home on 316-06,3 Service ,
PHONE 376-4456 lake front. 23500. ---- Will trade lot off Santa Fe with APARTMENTS 3773937 HawhorneRd. '

GOOD BUY lake privileges for good late model -
St.
S57 per month up 703 N. Main
.
FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Lake Lak a wana. 2 brm. 1 bath. used compac. Call 376-3211. 62 Machinery Tools I
weekdays. I FR 6-7571 BROWN
Sand bottom lake $14,000. Ext. 5363. Gainesville's Finest
(24 Hour Service) YOU'RE MISSING THE BOAT If '_.'n.
you don't call for an appointmentto EXCHANGE equity in 3 BR., 2 or unfurnished COMMERCIAL Carrier Air condf- 1030 E. Univ. 11'1_
SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY GLADYS SMITH, see this nearly new large 3 bath home in Cocoa for home of Furishe 2 bedroom apart tioner. 36,000 BTU with water cool- FR

2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 BR 2 Bath home with entrance equal value in Gainesville Area. ment. 309 NE Wl St. Phone 3769608. Ing tower 1st class cond $495 2-358
Realtor foyer, large LR, separate DR. Phone 376-6471 Chace & Kitchens 19 S E. 1st Value Rated

Fla. room with panelled wall & St. FR 6-8725
1228 W. University Phone 372-5393 Wanted 3 rooms. 2nd floor private bath FULL SIZE
old brick fireplace. Big family 38 Real Estate Used Cars ,
: Butler Bros. BUILDERS Associates Anna Hinson kitchen with buiit-m oven. range. gas stove. Comfortable. Couples.no 64 Household
Carolyn Noyes dishwasher. CENTRAL HEAT & pets, no children. $50. 727 E. Goo
Virginia Powers AIR CONDITIONING. PRICED MASONRY house not bus over $10.0 U"iv. "v KENMORE Washes B&G MOTOR CO. 1964
or near
---- -- Close in AUTOMATIC
FOR QUICK SALE. can bought lne. well. $30. call
b Call 7 Oldsmobile
agents.
3760 46 Unfurnished Apts. Cadillac :
with reasonable down pay m ent P.M. FR 621 N. W. 34th Ter-
2-50
and assume existing financing. Alen Hayes. 2001 NW 13th St. FORD

SERVICESHome Cal MYRTLE 372 794X LASSITER 374- 40 Business Properties SPACIOUS 4 rooms unfurnlsed. $85 IVi FOR SALE Coldspot refrigerator- I
or baths new paint, large yard.
T -
freezer 2 door, good "FASTBACK"2dr.
per mo. on annual lease. 923 NE cobinati
I REDFRANKS FOR SALE Newberry Trailer Park 3rd Ave. 316 cndition. Phe 3727206 RAULERSONMOTORS ,
41, $600
mile north
one on HardtopV8
c FOR SALE 5 hot water 30
2 BR. new large tank
$60 month. total spacious kice
REALESTATE Ball. Archer. Fla. 5.90 yard. unfurnished per mO gal. with gas heater lis Engine
: annual lease 92) NE 3rd ., 150 gal. butane gas tank. Com 1611 HAWTHORNE
And Business 7 NE. 1st St. Ph. 3764817 FOR SALE fully t'Quipp restaurant o plete with gauges, 2 crane shallow WSW TIRES U
31692 ROAD
small builin well pumps. Inquire Lewis
FOR SALE THIS WEEK for rent reasonable. Ph. 5221.H. 2 BR unfurn. apt. 216 SE 9th St.. Jewelry Co.TAG. 3725285Home Large Wheel Covers
3 Br..CCB. 1 bath, oak floor fireplace kitchen Married couples
'. stove ref. attic fan fenced I Stell. Wiison. cilren t'Quip welcome. $65 APPLIANCESTested of A-l Used Cars 1 Freshaire Healer

back yard fine lawntre 3 Residential Income per mo. util. Contact M. U and Guaranteed TRUCKS JEEPS
Appraisal Service PlumbingSEWER blks. from Lltl $1,100 41 evenings.NICE Refrigerators from CAR ONLY
up
JC down. $79 mo. 61 wo..W. 36th Shea 31-3 or 316-26 4 Ranges from S up I $2473
Completely lurmsh- S
St. 3764220. FOR SALE clean 2 bedroom duplex large Washers
FRED B. ARNOLD INSTALLEDNEW ed 3 unit apt. house located living room, kitchen equipped, 17 from upS

REALTOR 81 used fixtures. complete 4 BR, 2 bath 1800 Sq. ft. 14 yr front of lot 95' x 200" at US N. E. conveniently located Avail. Aug. 2 Food-Freezer Dryers from $49$99 up I Delivered in Gainesville
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL "BIG" st. Price net. Can 1226 N. W. 14tn fro up PAINTJOB .
plumbing service JIM old home 4th Irg BR separated $1.5 b IS. $100 per mo. 2 and
SERVICE HUCULEY Gainesville plumbIng from others could be used as financed. FR 6. Ave. FR 6-1777 Disasr up
PH. 372-3572 10 from $35
AVE.
219 W. UNIV. up
_._! ,_FR 2-1589. family ro Cent. heat and air 4 Bedroom, 2 bath home. Also ad JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. $53.96 PER MO.

cond.. parque floors, Irg. corner lommg rental proper. 2 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. WITH / DOWN
r Bulldozing UpholsteryUPPSOLST'LR lot. New FHA loan has been frontage. 300 3rd 3-S
arranged with total down paymenlof sell together or sepa 10 cu. ft. Frigidalre, $35 3 In. gas
SMALL bulldozer, loader dump Ave. Wi ONE house suitable for 1 stove. $15 Both
$800 which includes closing cost N.E. 3rd Ave. FR bro 1731
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Topsoil your furniture at i 2 ohly.S0 per opratin. TMUSTANGReedy
929 N. E. 10th Place. Call for pf N. W. 12th
L Rd 6594.SFA"
4757 r
Phone 375-7846. reasonable prices. Call Sally. Koaa prune I-K
Experienced. FR 6-9888. 424N appt. days FR 2-8401- evenings and Hawnr & chair coIl springs, dark $3995At

W 13th Ter.Remodeling. FR 6-214 weekends. 42 Forms & Acreage 2-6 p nylon tweed. Boucle, rKe- for immediate
LandscapIngLANDSCAPE TWO bedroom house cypress panel ly Uke new .
FOR SALE or rent fty owner, 3 brick fireplace, stereo In ev replstere
83 at $38i per acre, nortn of Ph 312.S7. Delivery
BR. 2 bath house, central air acres ery room Ideal for bachelor. I Ii
SERVICE cond. & heat. Shady landscapedlot NW 39th Ave. Call W. H. Buck. Call FR 1530 W. USED Maytag auoti wasr.
Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock convenient location hannan co John Merrill. Realtor 113 61 N $65. Phone
DO YOU NEED, Florida room, extra Immi 7cr.STUDENT. 3620 afe P. HAWESPOWERSBODY
of all ktncLCREVASSE'S ate occupancy. Phone 37- FR 2-1494. SHAW & KEETER t
NURSERY room more room roof work. 192 rental 10 room turn SHOP i
or maybe a complete new home? decorated
for rent newly
Co. house
-... FR -514 for Landscape free estimate. For a free estimate. S guaranteed single beds standing now. Lease 66 Misc. For Sal. 611 S.W. 3rd St. 238 W. UniversityFR

work. phone Carl C required. 1406 N. W. Ave. 65371CLEARANCE
Waters 3728049.EXPERIENCED. Call Archer. 5. WESTINGHOUSE refngrato Nice. FR 2-0538 '
& Lawnmower Service
495-25.
Appliance Repair COLOREDRENTALS $45. Century i

Conditioning CARPENTERPaint FOR RENT 2 BR house In High fan, SI25 2 S. E. 20th Street .
Air F l_ Lawnmower Shop for last and and repair lobS performed by Spis. partly turn. $50 complet FR 616REFINISHED ---
dependable service. 1CS S. W. carpenter who loves his trade. Mrs. Horace Llnch
fr $ solid
2nd Ave. We sharpen knives. scissors CALL FR 6-4907 mahan
.11 Spis.TO table. Blond
A-I HANDYMAN SHOP and repair small electric r SALE
both completely furn 4 Reupholsteredtrailer
.
conditioning and Appliance motors. hs. cairs.
First In air we sell guaranteed Sewing Machine RepairsCALL for $65 1 BR fo sofa b hollywood
repairs. includes water and beds stands, slant
$52. This garbage
washers refrigerators etc.FR I NEW DUPLEXES collection. 3721 front desk, other household items.
,, 6- 267. E"'I"'G" MACHINE SE* P
Nu 316 BIG 880s
Sun Want Ads VICE CO. 81$ W. university BRND SE Hawthorne Uear tth Furnir.. S 64 DARTS DODGES -
: IN THE : Ave. 376-1075. We repair all UNDER CONSTRUCTION 36

SERVICE DIRECTORY M"kM. Work fully guaranteed 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. SWING MACHINE CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS, WAGONS

1964 twin needle zig zag
TELEVISIONPICTURE .D. I THREE bedroom. 2 bath. Fla rm in new cabinet. Makes buttonholes HARDTOPS

Auto Gloss Get Results : kic furnished at 1105 N. overcast .pliq sat in
,
Realty
It' Call University
TUBE Repair Special. $1 t stitc fancy mts. etc.

TGLASSTh our only Dust- per Inch plus $10 to Install most 2. month Mikelfs -
Immediate Installation tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special I TWO BR 1 bath kitchen equipped Sewing Machine Service C Deal"TAKE

-ness..4ree pickup & delivery. Add Reconditioned TV's from $995. TV antenna. $90 per mo. No pets. 115 W. Umv. Ave. FR 6-1075. "Figure Your Own

.beauty & value to your car. Mortgage Broker THE VARIETY STORE Drive b 431 N.E. 10th St. P YOU and slaved for wall
.MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS co. 1 S.E. 1st Ave. 316- to sve carpet. Keep tt new

1323 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2558 I 4 Technician's with 84 years experience with Blue Lustre. Rent electricshampooer FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00
No
MORTGAGE MONEY on all makes. 3 BR 1 bath home. SW section McDanied

Auto' Equipment 25 years.* per cent Interest. Terms to 't QUALITY TV. ANTENNA SALES students. For app?. call 3-5 house I Ire e$1 GaInesville Shopping Fur DEDUCT 10 % . . ... 000.00

BUILD REFINANCECall & SERVICE FOR RENT 3 BR ufm Center.
BUY -
-
An Channel Antenna Kit $1495 in Alachua, 112 C we Cal brand
name
*
have
& I E. D. Floyd WE se.go 000
HYDRAULIC JACKS R rebuilt kits for Dan Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE 1S7 anytime.TO O used Ts S each. Wills YOUR PRICE .
Txchangedi 42UtNW. 10th Ph. 3723177 .
:dOry singly. NE
"Walker Jacks. authoris I "
to
and conventional at lowest PARTY EXPECTING b FR 2-5047.8mm .
ed Walker Hydraulic Jack current rates. Terms to 25 WINDOW CLEAP4IP'GWINDOWS here 2 years. 3 BR 1 Av.
"Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Will gladly discuss at no near $ Call Camera with all a"as

SERVICE. 8. SUPPLY 1314 s. obligation.years. Call tomorrow.J. cleaned. floors cleaned 372- sls., afe S PJ*p r This camera is n. oi 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTY
Main FR .
2-1497
.' W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor and waxed. houses washed. 10 inal cost $258. sell for
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 yrs. experience. Free estimates. 2 Bedrooms Stoveh000wlthllgtltafldfan UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom h 2.U

,... FRED B. ARNOLD Phone FR 25955. Large living dining area Double Venetian compartment Blinds sink $110 per m Can 3674 NEW ana used chain saws lawnmowers SEE THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT

Masonery Construction light
tapers
REALTOR Tile window sills eer
Terrazzo Floors plants Brtggst
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FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and abe W mo

Sun Want Ads 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 !Sun Want Ads .. Large closets double sliding door Insulated shrubbery Attic SUBLEASEBuilding Strat. Re'sales a u si POOLEmGABLEM0T05119S.E.FIRSTAVE.

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It- GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA Linen Closets S Close to school and bus stop 229 W. UNIV. AVE flu Ave. .

and conventional loans. Low SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY, CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORS Hearty new aqua deluxe
Door
Next to
Get Results rates. Terms to 25 vears. 1228 Results TO BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS. electric Kelvnator v 30"
Get
W. Unlv Ave 372-5393. For appointment cell 372-5321 er 327-5322 Thectre. Oe All controls. SI2 ra.Ro PHONE 372-4343

4 Conv. Loans PHONE 372-0440 heater $10.
: F. H. A. I gas 617
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CLASSIFICATION: n"Exll I CADILLAC l 1955 red convertible, MOTOR I
fully powered with new top. $300. EVERYONE HAWES-POWERS
See at Tenneco Stat. corner of CO,
S. Main & 4th Ave. II
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE iII 64 CHEVROLET. $2650 SMITTY SEZ
KNOWS : AUGUST
MemerlamS
I 1 la
Carl at Thanks Wanted to BaY = I cyl., auto trans., r & h, power _
S Lost Fa and c:S Machinery A ToolsU steering, tinted windshield Grad. I
Building MaterialsI student being transferred over-
rerienaliied Services
= 4 i Travel Infermatlea Bonsebold Goods SU seas. 372-8054 after 5:30 or all "WE'LL NEVER

==5 I Special Notices M Antl Mlse.,nes For Sato i SOME day weekends.bank and Finance Company V '1
7 Florists
I Barkley TURN OUR BACK
I Baby Sitters ChM Caret C7 Trsdlnc PoiUM repossessions. Financing CLEARANCESALE
Places Ta Ga Aid Articles Wanted available. Some already' financed. ,
T. Sea O Fast Oil. Woods g All cars stored at 4431 NW.., I
I Things 78 Boats Marino E:,.... ii! 6th St. Cars must be sold by ON A DEAL. CHECK
71 Camp Rant.Flak 5 August 10th.
AUTOMOTIVEIt 72 Office nlpmeit: U Pontiac. $75 J
It Airplane Sales-Rentals 73 Mnalcal Mercbandls '51 Ford. $295 Motors THESE FANTASTICBUYS
Traeka far Sale sg '
--= ?! 55 Chevrolet $150
g 'Zt Tracks Wanted REAL ESTATE FOR SALE '58 Ford. $150 STOP IN
II Traders A Track Rentals is '58 Buick INS ,
nj Trailer BenlalS 12 Mobil Homes for Sale a '56 Dodge $1S
E (S Motartjcln A Sealers S3 Lota far Sale = 55 Chevrolet wagon $175 2201 N. Main St. AND MAKE US

i 5 (SI It Aatamablla Swap AotamablleS CareEDUCATIONAL RepalraS far Sale U J4 Hisses Watrfroot For Property SaloM == 1957 1953 Ford Ford Pkkup.pickuP TRUCKS$INS 175 Sells NOW AT B G

-y J7 Real Collates Etlato For Exchaatv.SS Sal. c 1951 capacity Chevrolet$6U dump, t yard The AN OFFER. & MOTORS

Real Eilato WantedSS 1960 Willys Jeep pickup 4-wheel _
i II SrhMll A lattracUra Ont of Town Property drive. $1095 I Isuper I
== 1' Music, OaEclnfi 4fl Rations Propenies == Finance man In the building. See
__ 28 W.ntd-Initmetlam 41 Residential Income or call Mr. Thomas Dealer 372- BESTUSED LUXURY MODEL UNUSUAL BUY
41 Farms Aerea,. 0005.
U-I Colored Property Sales
I EMPLOYMENT 1961 TEMPEST. 4 dr., straight
excellent running I CARS '
5 17 Work Wanted Male RENTALS = stick good tires 63 VOLKSWAGEN
Female condo Private owner. 530
E 1C Wark Wanted
!= 14 Sales Help Wanted 43 Colored Property Rentals I NW $7th St. Ph. 374-0229. Dual cab, pick up. Seat 6. Low mileage.
15 Help-Mala *r Female 44 totlar.es for Rest 57 Buick. 4 dr. hardtop auto, sport power 63 CADILLACS
U Mala Help Wanted 41 Furnished Apts. trans., power steering & brakes, I 64 CHEVROLET DoVille. Foctory sir, fully $1695
DramaticII Untarnished Apts. radio. heater $250. Call 374-3825 steering, automatic
c' Female Help Wanted 47 Raises for Rent.. F.". '61 CORVAIR Club Coupe. new transmission, V-8, bucket seats, radio, heater, equipped one owner. Excellent condition -
IS Homes for Real VIII.... 100!. warranty Low 5*. GMAC
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FARMS & LIVESTOCK 41 Roomk WSW tires perfect condition. $995. CARSTown
for Rent = 3900 miles. financing. About $1900 under
Call 372-5273 or 374-5381 ext. 452. $2728 new car
== 2* t'c.rm Equipment Ml Hotel RoomsII . . NOW M COMPACTS
27 Feed A Fertilizers Hlie. Rentals == 1953 Chevrolet 2 dr. business coupe, Was $2995 . price.
Llvetleck .A SnppUea2t IIA Wanted T. Rent stand shift, good condition $195.
Landieaplnr Tap SeD 5* Boardera Wanted Phone 374-9707 or 372.5804. Golaxie 4 door, hardtop, $4895 '
30 Pets .A Supplies M OUleo Desk Space IN 63 CHEVY II
62 FALCON 2 dr auto. trans. low FORD
II Livestock Wa.l.dFIHANCIAL it Easiness Rentals o mileage, like new 1095. Liberal 164 power steering, automatic '62 CADILLAC Nova sedan. Automatic transmission, in

SERVICE terms owner to at 374-1795 good credit or see risk.at Call Us- transmission, radio, heater, air conditioned, Sedan DeYille. Factory air conditioned factory warranty.' I
I M Easiness OpperUnltltl 23 Special Services jcry's Service Stat. 404 NW 10th a beautiful car. $2662 sold end serviced by B tr G Motors $1995
= 81 Mosey te Lean 23 Home Improvements Ave. . NOW
.
M Mertcafes 2t Radio TV Service Was $2895 $3795
.| M.a.y Wa.ledfoJlHll3lllllllllllllllJlllllllllllllll 21 Appliance Furniture =_ 1958 ALFA ROMEO Sprint coupe '63 FALCON
red with red Interior. Leaving y
4 door
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IIIIII IIII1IIDIIRlllIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIlIIInlll NnI OtlIWp>BIa town must sacrifice. FR 4-4008 Impala, 62 CADILLACSedan. Station wagon. Standard shift "
63 CHEVROLET
85 Automobiles for Sal SS Automobiles for Sal '63 CHEVY Impala 4-dr. hardtop : AND hardtop, automatic Factory air conditioned, full $1695 /
,R, 4 H, factory AC WSW elee.Indows transmission, power steering, V8, radio, power, low mil..... About $2800 under
1951 Chevrolet 210 4 dr.. A. T. BY owner, clean '57 Cadillac Trade- & financing t. seats,considered.14000 miles.*Zr- I heater sharp. $2110'I 'I new car price. '62 MONZACoupe. '

beater '-'hiteails., excellent con Fleetwood, air conditioned, heater 795. Ph. 3723358. HERE'S Was $2395 . . . NOW $3595 4 speed floor shift bucket
ellI Ion. Call 37M02Z all power. Call after e:00 seats.
FJA. 374-3W1.:
87 Automobiles Wonref New Yorker 4 door $1595
61 CADILLACSedan
1963 Comet 2-door. blue, I cylinder, 1960 SUNBEAM Alpine' white wal 1 63 CHRYSLER
standard shift. Radio, heater, $1- tires, wire wheels excellent condi CARS& Chevrolets.WANTED AI Herndon 1950-54 Fords Serv- 12 power steering power DeVille. Factory air conditioning, '62 F85
495. FR 2.2223 tion. Phone 376-7824 ice Station. 914 SE 4th St. brakes, radio, heater, air con- $O10C I full power. 2 door. 155 HP automatic tromimii.

I ditioned Was $3595 . NOW O I 7 3 $2995 sion less than 22,000 mil... Ono owner.

I REASONS 4 door hardtop crown, '60 CADILLACSedan. $1595 t,

163 IMPERIAL power steering, power Factory air conditioning;, blue. '62 VALIANT *

Why brakes radio, heater, air con- $4295 $2395 Signet V200. Hardtop 2 door, bucket

) You Should dtioned, Was $4495 . NOW seat*. radio, heater, automatic trans
'60 CADILLACSedan. mission

"700" 4 door 4 speed, White, not air conditioned .
Buy A 163 COR V AIR radio i $ clean. very $1295 ,

Used Car heater, Was $1595 . NOW 1495 $2195 '61 FALCONStation f

wagon. Standard shift
7AO 4 door hardtop, Crown, I '59 CADILLAC

WHAT MAKES A GOOD BUY 1. "Y your 011 money set more in a for good OX IMPERIAL power steering, power I Sedan. Factory air conditioned. $1195 :

brakes, radio heater, automatic transmission, -
used car bought from 61 RAMBLER
IN NEW OR USED CARS? Berkley Motors". air conditioned. $OAOC I $1595 Station wagon. '

Was $3395 . . NOW OU7JIL '58 CADILLACSedan.
2."You buy UN-USED
$1095
I YOUR NEW CAR DEALER! transportation in a Clean. i
*) Super Sport, 2 door, '
used car from Borkley 58 HILLMAN
'65 COMING '64s GOING Motors iust as surelyas OZ CHEVROLET I h'dtop. power steering $1095 Sedon. 4 speed transmission.

USED CARS OVERFLOWINGDuring you" buy it in a new automatic transmission, V8, radio, heater '64 CROWN IMPERIAL -
cor. ,, 18,000 miles. $295FULL

Our August Clearance Sale Any Used Car Purchased 3."But you pay less for Was $2095 . . .NOW $1895 loaded Hardtop, like sedan new factory white air leather.conditioned,

NO I INTEREST CHARGEFOR it per mile."
2 door automatic $5295
12 MONTHS AFTER NORMAL DOWN PAYMENT. IF YOU PAY CASH 4."With normal care you 62 PLYMOUTH Savor' SIZE
WE'LL PAY YOU THE INTEREST 2 YEARS ON NEW '64 MERCURYS will, get thousands of transmission '62 CROWN IMPERIAL
COMETS. miles of transport radio, heater, 6 cyl., clean. $1 Hardtop sedan. Factory air conditioned STATION'WAGONS

EXAMPLE tion and will, be able Was $1195 . . NOW IU7J fully equipped, red with white, ,leather,
1960 FALCON PRICED AT $691. to trade your car reduced $400. Now
without, the depreciation v-100 4 door radio
,
DOWN PAYMENT 235. *
would have if VALIANT $2995MEDIUM
you 162
I
DIFFERENCE $456. you bouqht it new." heater, $1095 63 BUICK

12 Payments of $38.00 Per Month Plus Tox & Title real clean. Was $1195 NOW LeSobre. Air conditioned, very sharp.
5. "The price you pay Is >
the list price less the 2 door 4 speed, $3295
. coupe
PRICED
CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY depreciation, less a 162 MONZA i
further depreciationdue radio, heater. $' 61 CHEVROLET

516 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-2425 to a surplus of Was $1495 . . NOW 1395 CARS Vlj automatic transmission
used
cars on the
$1595
market." 7A1 VALIANT v'200, 4 door, automatic M '62 OLDSMOBILE ? '

\ ., 6. "On our Bank Financing Ul transmission, 98 Holiday sedan. Factory 01,. 61 DODGEVI
time payment basis radio heater, real sharp. $ power steering low mileage. :

i RIDGWAY, MOTOR CO. your initial down Was $1145 . . NOW I 045 $2595 $1395 1.:1
payment and your '60 :
OLDSMOBILE
monthly budget outlayare 4 door station '60 CHEVROLET 'IVI.
DURING THIS SALE ONLY both surprisinglylow. 61 PLYMOUTH I 98 Holiday sedan. Factory air
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." wagon power radio heater overdrive.
steering, power brakes, radio, heater, dual II I $1595 $1295 f
7."Fire and theft Insurance '
air conditioners. $
"I A A P 59 OLDSMOBILE
Used cost Car."less on a Was $1395 . . . NOW I U7 J_ I 88 Sedan. Factory air '60 CHEVROLET
6 cyl., radio heater, standard shift. '

8. "You can pick a BARGAIN 60 CHEVROLET station wagon, 4 $1095 $1195 >,I
thot it would be door automatictransmission '59 OLDSMOBILE .

impossible-and to find io oft-anew radio, heater, air $llflC 98 Hardtop sedan. Factory air. '60 FORD -

en get expensive you extras conditioned. Was $1395 NOW I I 7J $1295 6 cylinder, standard ihift.

and accessories ano $795
. additional cott.. Bel Air, 2 door, '59 OLDSMOBILE
60 CHEVROLET '
59 FORD
power steering 88 Sedan. Power
9. "You steering.
can put yourself radio, heater, air conditioned. $ Country sedan 4 door, V8, automatic
on two basis
a car for
995
% about what one new Was $1095 . . . NOW VV5 I $ transmission., power steering.
car would cost." '58 OLDSMOBILE $795

AND 4 door Impala, 98 Co\ycrtibl.. '
10. "You jet good tires- 760 CHEVROLET I 59 PLYMOUTH
good paint writtenguarantee automatic transmission -
$595 VI, power steering, power rear window.
if you buy radio, heater. $lAOC I
from Barkley Motors." Was $1295 . . NOW I UV J '58 OLDSMOBILE $695LOW

11. "You get all the atfvntou 88 sedan. Air conditioned. -
that a new 160 DODGE 4 door, standard transmission $695
car could bring to you 6 cyl., heater $/AP PRICED
\ .. and your fa mil,." real sharp. Was $795 NOW OVj '59 BUICKElectr.

( 12. AND you're being Sedan. CARS
sensible, economicaland 158 BUICK 2 door Century! hardtop, I $1095
that'; always a power steering, power '56 CADILLACCoupe
satisfaction. brakes radio, heater, cream puff. $ZAP I '59 BUICK DeVille, factory air conditioning.

Was $795 . . . NOW 07J Hardtop coupe. Air conditioned. $395
OI HERE'S YOUR BEST $1195

I j BUYS FOR TODAY!! 57 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 door '55 CADILLAC
; sedan, automatic 64 PONTIAC Sedan.
I '63 PONTIAC transmission, radio, heater, sharp. $ I Catahna. 2-door. Radio, heater stand
I'I'I
$199
I Air t Deer Conditioned Hardte Was $695 . . . NOW 595 I cod shift, 9,000 miles.

OUR COST + 5% $2845 $2595 "'88"57, sedan OLDSMOBILE air conditioned.


ON ALL NEW & USED CARS i I '63 CHRYSLER I IMPORTED CARS 61$1695.CHRYSLERSedan. Air conditioned '56 OLDSMOBILE$395


$279r"I 763 TRIUMPH convertible, radio, "98", hardtop, sedan. Air conditioned.
I heater. $ 60 DODGE

I Was $1595 . . . NOW 1495, Hardtop sedan. Air conditioned. $295
I 5% FINANCING AVAILABLE '
56
I '63 FORD I door hooter I $895 OLDSMOBILE
Station Wa,an I 763 VOLKSWAGEN2sharp. '59 CHRYSLERHardtop 88" Sedan. Sharp.

I TREMENDOUS SELECTION j $2395 Air Conditioned I II Was $1595 . NOW 1495I u couoe. Air conditioned. $495
I uM M I $1095 '55 OLDSMOBILE

t 1964 RAMBLERS i 62 VOLKSWAGEN sunroof, radial : "88" Rough
'62 OLDSMOBILE $99
I "'f Air Conditioned heater. Was $1395 . NOW 1325 I I

: ALL MODELS 6s & V-8s $2595 1.60' VOLKSWAGEN radio' hater, I. LOWER RANGE CARS PRICE '54 CHEVROLETRough

a real 1 $
i $50
'62 CHEVROLET beauty. Was $1095 NOW 995 '
63 CHEVROLETImpala '58 FORD
Saper sport 4 Speed

I WE WILL BEAT $1995"Now ILf\OU METRO heater 2 door, hardtop radio$4AP, sedan.$2195 6 cylinder, awto. trans. Hardtop$295, coupe. Runs good.

Was $495 NOW 4Z5PA
I '61 CHEVROLET '58 PLYMOUTHSedan.

: there's lust One / FIAT n' 4 door, heater, Impala hardtop sedan. Factory Air. Air conditioned.

ANY DEALOPEN thing to tit just] a JO clean. $ $1695 $395

friendly: word, of warning Was $595 . . . NOW 445 I
buy vour USED CAR 60 CHEVROLET '58 PONTIACSedan.

from: established .*..1! See: J. U SMITH Impala hardtop sedan. V-8. .
8-9 DURING THIS SALE an WILBUR SLIGH, PAUL I I
er only he his the $1395 $395
HOME OF 5% PROFIT 5% FINANCING SERVICE DEPARTMENT BARNETT, FRANK GRAY.

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They'refused to disperse on or-

High o Court Gets Clergymen LIef Case i ders convicted of a of city unlawful official assembly.and were EXCLUSIVELY

TALLAHASSEE (AP) The I to overturn their racial demon- routed to the Florida Supreme
legal effort of nine clergymen|stration jail sentences has been Court. They chose to serve the terms I
I in jail rather than pay $500 &
.. The federal circuit court of fines saying this would direct -
ACADEMY AWARD appeals, asked to throw out the I more attention to the racial sit-I :
r J 60-day jail terms imposed by uation. I

WINNER! the should city go court first ruled to the the highest case II I IH' j \

state court.If N ; -_ SPECIAL PURCHASE '
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Best Foreign Picture
OfTheYearl I- there is no action in the r /
Florida Supreme Court within EaH 'HlAralza s
ENDS SAT. three days, said the three-judge .......__ RR70 tcsaf !
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tribunal, then the federal district ArtemisDISCONTINUED I
TIMESOPEN
I LAST 1"
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/r r RICHARD DAVIS pesMtS court here will consider theclergymen's 7:00 SEE BOTH f'f/< s: a IJ
80URGUICMOIfSg SHOW 7:50 LATE AS ':.0
petition for free- f J
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-FIRST AREA RUN-
.t t dom. anon Uavl id i'0< ( STYLES)
J r' 1r 1rIII The state Supreme Court once Brand .x Niven- "
A refused to review the sentencesof
the six white and three Negro Shirley Jones I IH Printed
clergymen, saying they had Bedtime Story'" k : .
not followed the proper appeals i :zwtx
,. .COLOR2n ,
procedure. Last week Federal
G.
Harrold
District Judge Cars-
\i well refused to grant the PUP; GREGORY/ TONY Jim l mHf.f :::: Cotton

r..S.,SsQ.,t W cpII" *..till t....... churchmen freedom, saying "::::3 PECK /Cmms fm t
WI'yee 1:00-3:1 0-5:00 their case belonged in the state,
7:10 & 9:20 'CAPTAIN NEWMAN.MJ):
not federal, courtThe
churchmen, from north ::: L- ___ 5 e > :. Ne. Pique I
ANBIEDiCKINSON-BOBBYDARIN 5g-5gllIIMISIl
ern and western states,were arrested E PEJIII .oo.avrrrorue .
in 1961 after a sit-in at I
DRIVE-IN the airport restaurant here. STARTS FRIDAY .
SUBURBIA M-G-M PresentsA .) be SHORTY
THEATRE .......... Lawrence Weingarten Production ;
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SHOWTIME 7:30 ,. ;@d Molly Brown"
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ORIGINALLY .
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WallJDlsney -i iH
RHONDA FLEMING c.- 6.00 .
THCTHRttUVESOF KATHRYN GRANT
Tttomasitia PETER LORRE
DAVID NELSON I IN 100r- NYLON JERSEY GW9shal SALE
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:ltv The SOFT look by Casual-
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Y2 PRICE SAlE pattJiteeMA6C b-l iJ..e Jaunty Ing of tie a neckline CASUALMAKER.and softly SLEEVELESS COTTON ,
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Moisture Lotion Sizes 10 to 20,12to 22J.2. IUM AND LARGE SIZESIN

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Lingerie Shop2nd
Cosmetics Shop-STREET FLOOR TRANSITIONAL AND

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For a happier II


Robert Walker Burl Ives Wolter Matthati Holiday-on-the-Highway"I SKIRTS

Tommy Sands Millie Perkins Kay Medford
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COLOR NOW! ,arctl.,
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